Re: Purchasing Eloquence


John Isige
 

It shouldn't. If you tab through when you open the Eloquence program,
there are three checkboxes, "force pitch settings", "force speech rate",
and "force volume". If all of them are unchecked, NVDA should be able to
change all of those settings and the changes should stay in place.

On 1/10/2020 19:55, Gene wrote:
Maybe if you set anything in NVDA, it turns the force settings on.
Gene
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I figured it out. If I set anything in eloquence it over rides the
NVDA settings.

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Check the settings in the actual Eloquence program itself.  I've used
the demo but I didn't work with the settings enough to remember how
you get to this one.  But in the settings for the voices themselves,
there is a force setting.  Make sure it is off.  Force causes the
voices to disregard screen-reader settings and use settings for the
voices themselves.  It is off by default but yours may be on for some
reason.

Gene

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I just purchased mine and no matter what I do if I press NVDA+ctrl+the
arrow keys the changes do not take affect. If I press NVDA+ctrl+v and
make changes they are not taking affect. Only when I open Sappi5
eloquence. On Code factory’s page I don’t recall seeing a choice
between Sappi5 and NVDA. Only   eloquence for windows.

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*From: *John Isige <mailto:gwynn@...>
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Uh, no you don't. I can make those changes from the synth settings ring

or the menus just fine. You've been able to do that since I bought it,

and I think I'm up to version 1.6.6 or something. Unless they made a new

version and broke something in the last month or so, you should be able

to change settings without opening Eloquence. I only open mine if I need

to deactivate before a major Windows update, and reactivate afterwards.

On 1/10/2020 0:16, Robert Doc Wright godfearer wrote:

What I am noticing is that with the Sappi voice you lose the ability
to change speed, volume, pitch and rate. You have to open Eloquence to
make those  changes.
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Is there a difference between the NVDA and the SAPI voices?
Thanks
Blessings
Pascal
*From:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> *On Behalf Of *Shaun
Everiss
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atguys.com has both the nvda and sapi versions.
Their support is good.
On 10/01/2020 10:51 am, Dan Kerstetter wrote:
     Hello all.
     Where is the best place from which to purchase the Eloquence
     speech synthesizer?  I’ve been to the code factory site;
     downloaded eloquence from their app store, but don’t know how to
     register/purchase it.
     Any help, info or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
     Thanks in advance.
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