A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...
Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.
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Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
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Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda
Well its confirmed from auralux.
They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
and you want it then thats probably ok.
However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.
A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.
To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
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