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The NVDA add-on for the Vocalizer voices and their SAPI5 variants
are separate things/products. You can use either one or the other.
You don't need to buy both, to be able to use the Vocalizer voices
with NVDA. If you buy the NVDA add-on, you can use them only with
NVDA. If you buy the SAPI5 variant, you can use them with any
program that supports SAPI5, including NVDA, without the need to pay
extra to use them with NVDA.
На 3.8.2019 г. в 8:36, Orlando Enrique
Fiol via Groups.Io написа:
At 01:32 AM
8/3/2019, Gene wrote:
>An add-on is what it says, an add-on. It isn't part of the
>screen-reader. Many add-ons are free. People develop them as
>volunteer, non profit activity. That doesn't mean they all
>add-on for voices that charge for their use must be paid for,
>the SAPI 5 voices you are discussing must be. they are for
>And if I want to develop an add-on and charge for my work,
>be my decision. I can charge even if it all my original work.
Agreed. However, I think it's excessive to have to purchase both
the Vocalizer voices and the NVDA addon just to use those voices
with NVDA. Thatt voice venture would set one back by $184. I
understand rewarding people's work in creating addons that render
previously inaccessible applications accessible. But if NVDA
requires an addon to run voices that every other screen reader can
run on the SAPI5 Vocalizer license, that's a fundamental design
flaw in NVDA.
Orlando Enrique Fiol