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I am glad it works now for you.
The NVDA add-on installation page:http://www.speakon.org.uk/SpeechHub/public/docs/NVDAClient/NVDADownloadInstallation.html
States clearly that SpeechHub (there is a link to the installer on the same page as well) needs to be installed first.
When you install the SpeechHub NVDA add-on it checks that SpeechHub is there it runs a test on it and if all is well it completes the add-on installation.
Installed in the above sequence I did not receive a single report on an add-on failure.
Regarding it's synthesizers, I am not sure I understand your question about finding these:
Press [NVDA + Ctrl + s] and the list is there, there are five SpeechHub synthesizers by default group together clearly distinguished by the word 'SpeechHub'.
On 31/05/2020 06:14, Aschalew Byness wrote:
I am now able to install it! I was stupid that I didn’t install
SpeechHub exe first. This was the cause for the problem.
I have another question though. I didn’t find SpeechHub synthesizer as
fast as eSpeak or eloquence synthesizer. Anything I should do for
On 5/31/20, Aschalew Byness via groups.io
No, I couldn't find it in the installed add-on list.
On 5/31/20, Brian Vogel <@britechguy> wrote:
Double check in Add-Ons Manager (NVDA+N,T,A,Enter) to see whether it's
actually not there.
I received a message to the same effect about Speech History when I tried
install it two days ago (I think) and mentioned that here on the group.
Even though I got that error it appears to have been spurious, as the
History add-on is shown as installed and enabled in Add-Ons Manager.
Please report back on your findings.
Brian *-* Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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