Re: Some 2019.3 questions
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1) Speech History is the new version of Clip Copy: https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/speech_history.en.html
2) The supported version for Switch Synth isn't listed on https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/switchSynth.en.html however, according to the list of add-ons and python 3 compatibility: https://addons.nvda-project.org/addons/nvdapy3.en.html it is listed as being compatible.
3) Ok you've asked three questions here!
3a) I don't know for sure, but at a guess, some of the OneCore voices were likely based off previous SAPI5 voices, which would explain the two versions - otherwise, I'm not sure, you could ask Microsoft?
3b) auto language switching is a thing but it relies on the document advising of the language / language changes - that might explain why it works in some documents and not others?
3c) Updating voices - we update to newer builds of eSpeak-NG periodically, so one version of NVDA might (but not always) use a newer build than the previous version. For Windows OneCore voices, I expect Microsoft updates those themselves - whether they get pushed out invisibly, or as part of Windows updates, I'm not sure. For other voices (eg Eloquence or Acapela), they do get updated from time to time, you'll need to follow their retailers for updates.
On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 12:10 AM Clement Chou <chou.clement@...> wrote:
Hey all. Just updatd to NVDA 2019.3 this morning, and have some