Re: Is there a more complete Emoji dictionary anywhere for Espeak?
Thanks Luke, that is what I meant.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
But I do notice that Emoji are sometimes not pronounced by NVDA with Espeak either, I don't think that dictionary is complete. I'll need to check some of them.
If we can get it to work with NVDA, then we can get it to work with ESpeak for Android, as it uses the same .dic format.
All the best
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Luke Davis
Sent: 30 March 2021 10:52
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is there a more complete Emoji dictionary anywhere for Espeak?
On Tue, 30 Mar 2021, Steve Nutt wrote:
I am using NVDA more and more now in my daily work, but I do find itNVDA, provided you have the Unicode data turned on under speech settings, should be able to handle most or all common Emojis just fine.
But, I think you asked for Emojis, when you wanted Emoticons.
While you might find a list somewhere that equates the Emoticon colon right bracket, :], with the Emoji Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes, there's a good chance that most people will not know of that correlation these days.
Just use the real Emoji. I won't say that Emoticons are dieing, but I rarely see them any more beyond :) or :(.
Now, that said, since you are talking about emoticons, I have to say that neither Espeak nor OneCore handle Emoticons natively it appears.
Narrator handles a few, but it also simplifies them quite a bit to the basic smiley or frowney face description, and seems to ignore most of those I tried.
For example, both :) and :] are called "Smiley face" with Narrator, no matter what lists online claim :] should mean.
As to your terminology, please see: