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Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively, could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.


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Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
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Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda


Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively, could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.




Antony Stone
 

A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
here.

"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...

Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.

Regards,


Antony.

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Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
Brian


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From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda

Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
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Devin Prater
 

This is Voxin’s Homepage:
https://voxin.oralux.net

This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per language.

On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:

A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
here.

"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...

Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.

Regards,


Antony.

On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
wrote:

Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
Brian


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda

Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
--
Anything that improbable is effectively impossible.

- Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prizewinner in Physics

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Antony Stone
 

Aha - given those spellings of voxin and oralux, it all makes sense now :)

Thanks,


Antony.

On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:23:27, Devin Prater wrote:

This is Voxin’s Homepage:
https://voxin.oralux.net

This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per
language.

On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone
<antony.stone@...> wrote:

A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA,
speech synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's
being discussed here.

"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again
I can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...

Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.

Regards,


Antony.

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Groups.Io

wrote:
Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show
here. Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it
may need considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python
three. I found Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
Brian


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To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda

Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you
can run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in
nvda and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those
serial synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
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Richard Wells
 

I have used it in linux, but as far as I know, it doesn't have an NVDA
add-on.

On 4/25/2019 11:23 AM, Devin Prater wrote:
This is Voxin’s Homepage:
https://voxin.oralux.net

This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per language.


On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:

A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
here.

"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...

Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.

Regards,


Antony.

On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
wrote:

Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
Brian


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda

Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
--
Anything that improbable is effectively impossible.

- Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prizewinner in Physics

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Devin Prater
 

No, it does not. There are a few Eloquence addons to buy from, though, so that’s close to Voxin.

On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:52 AM, Richard Wells <richwels@...> wrote:

I have used it in linux, but as far as I know, it doesn't have an NVDA
add-on.

On 4/25/2019 11:23 AM, Devin Prater wrote:
This is Voxin’s Homepage:
https://voxin.oralux.net

This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per language.


On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:

A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
here.

"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...

Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.

Regards,


Antony.

On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
wrote:

Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
Brian


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda

Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
--
Anything that improbable is effectively impossible.

- Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prizewinner in Physics

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Nimer Jaber
 

As this thread doesn't seem to have anything to do with NVDA, let's kindly bring it to a close. If I am wrong, then please very quickly bring this topic back in line with discussing NVDA. Running NVDA under Linux is beyond the scope of this list, and NVDA is not supported on any platform other than Windows.

Thanks.

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 9:53 AM Devin Prater <r.d.t.prater@...> wrote:
No, it does not. There are a few Eloquence addons to buy from, though, so that’s close to Voxin.

> On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:52 AM, Richard Wells <richwels@...> wrote:
>
> I have used it in linux, but as far as I know, it doesn't have an NVDA
> add-on.
>
> On 4/25/2019 11:23 AM, Devin Prater wrote:
>> This is Voxin’s Homepage:
>> https://voxin.oralux.net
>>
>> This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per language.
>>
>>
>>> On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:
>>>
>>> A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
>>> synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
>>> here.
>>>
>>> "Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
>>> can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...
>>>
>>> Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>>
>>> Antony.
>>>
>>> On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
>>>> Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
>>>> considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
>>>> Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
>>>> Brian
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> bglists@...
>>>> Sent via blueyonder.
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>>>> in the display name field.
>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>> From: "Shaun Everiss" <sm.everiss@...>
>>>> To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
>>>> Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
>>>> Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda
>>>>
>>>>> Hi.
>>>>>
>>>>> Well its confirmed from auralux.
>>>>>
>>>>> They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
>>>>> run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
>>>>> and you want it then thats probably ok.
>>>>>
>>>>> However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.
>>>>>
>>>>> A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
>>>>> little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
>>>>> could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
>>>>> synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.
>>>>>
>>>>> To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
>>> --
>>> Anything that improbable is effectively impossible.
>>>
>>> - Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prizewinner in Physics
>>>
>>>                                                   Please reply to the list;
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>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
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mk360
 

The explanation about why people is talking about Voxin here is because you can run it under windows 10 using WSL. See David's post on the list about ibmtts.

mk.

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 1:03 PM Nimer Jaber <nimerjaber1@...> wrote:
As this thread doesn't seem to have anything to do with NVDA, let's kindly bring it to a close. If I am wrong, then please very quickly bring this topic back in line with discussing NVDA. Running NVDA under Linux is beyond the scope of this list, and NVDA is not supported on any platform other than Windows.

Thanks.

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 9:53 AM Devin Prater <r.d.t.prater@...> wrote:
No, it does not. There are a few Eloquence addons to buy from, though, so that’s close to Voxin.

> On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:52 AM, Richard Wells <richwels@...> wrote:
>
> I have used it in linux, but as far as I know, it doesn't have an NVDA
> add-on.
>
> On 4/25/2019 11:23 AM, Devin Prater wrote:
>> This is Voxin’s Homepage:
>> https://voxin.oralux.net
>>
>> This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per language.
>>
>>
>>> On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:
>>>
>>> A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
>>> synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
>>> here.
>>>
>>> "Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
>>> can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...
>>>
>>> Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>>
>>> Antony.
>>>
>>> On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
>>>> Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
>>>> considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
>>>> Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
>>>> Brian
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> bglists@...
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>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>> From: "Shaun Everiss" <sm.everiss@...>
>>>> To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
>>>> Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
>>>> Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda
>>>>
>>>>> Hi.
>>>>>
>>>>> Well its confirmed from auralux.
>>>>>
>>>>> They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
>>>>> run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
>>>>> and you want it then thats probably ok.
>>>>>
>>>>> However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.
>>>>>
>>>>> A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
>>>>> little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
>>>>> could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
>>>>> synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.
>>>>>
>>>>> To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
>>> --
>>> Anything that improbable is effectively impossible.
>>>
>>> - Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prizewinner in Physics
>>>
>>>                                                   Please reply to the list;
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>>>
>>>
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Nimer Jaber
 

Hello,

From what I know, WSL allows you to use NVDA because Linux runs in the shell. Voxin is not required. If someone is talking about running NVDA from within Linux, I believe that this is beyond the scope of this list because this is not something supported by NVAccess, and most users on this list run Windows, not Linux.

thanks.

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 10:10 AM mk360 <mk.seventhson@...> wrote:
The explanation about why people is talking about Voxin here is because you can run it under windows 10 using WSL. See David's post on the list about ibmtts.

mk.

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 1:03 PM Nimer Jaber <nimerjaber1@...> wrote:
As this thread doesn't seem to have anything to do with NVDA, let's kindly bring it to a close. If I am wrong, then please very quickly bring this topic back in line with discussing NVDA. Running NVDA under Linux is beyond the scope of this list, and NVDA is not supported on any platform other than Windows.

Thanks.

On Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 9:53 AM Devin Prater <r.d.t.prater@...> wrote:
No, it does not. There are a few Eloquence addons to buy from, though, so that’s close to Voxin.

> On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:52 AM, Richard Wells <richwels@...> wrote:
>
> I have used it in linux, but as far as I know, it doesn't have an NVDA
> add-on.
>
> On 4/25/2019 11:23 AM, Devin Prater wrote:
>> This is Voxin’s Homepage:
>> https://voxin.oralux.net
>>
>> This is IBM’s ViaVoice TTS for Linux, kept on life support for $5 per language.
>>
>>
>>> On Apr 25, 2019, at 11:20 AM, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:
>>>
>>> A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
>>> synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
>>> here.
>>>
>>> "Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
>>> can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...
>>>
>>> Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>>
>>> Antony.
>>>
>>> On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
>>>> Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
>>>> considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
>>>> Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
>>>> Brian
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> bglists@...
>>>> Sent via blueyonder.
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>>>> in the display name field.
>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>> From: "Shaun Everiss" <sm.everiss@...>
>>>> To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
>>>> Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
>>>> Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda
>>>>
>>>>> Hi.
>>>>>
>>>>> Well its confirmed from auralux.
>>>>>
>>>>> They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
>>>>> run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
>>>>> and you want it then thats probably ok.
>>>>>
>>>>> However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.
>>>>>
>>>>> A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
>>>>> little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
>>>>> could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
>>>>> synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.
>>>>>
>>>>> To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
>>> --
>>> Anything that improbable is effectively impossible.
>>>
>>> - Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prizewinner in Physics
>>>
>>>                                                   Please reply to the list;
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>>>
>>>
>>>
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Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Group,


VoxIm was the rough equivalent of the old Eloquence synthesizer ported to Linux in Bebbion and Ubuntu flavors.

On 4/25/2019 12:20 PM, Antony Stone wrote:
A brief Google search for "voxsin" returns nothing related to NVDA, speech
synthesisers or accessibility, so I really don't know what's being discussed
here.

"Auralux" appears to be a "simplified real-time strategy game", so again I
can't really tell what this has to do with NVDA...

Maybe Shaun can provide some URLs to whatever it is.

Regards,


Antony.

On Thursday 25 April 2019 at 18:01:11, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
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Is this another synth then? I feel like I've walked in late to a show here.
Incidentally one thing to think about on Speech hub is that it may need
considerable reworking to work in nvda when it goes Python three. I found
Speech hub quite laggy even on fast pcs.
Brian


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Shaun Everiss" <@smeveriss>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:10 PM
Subject: [nvda] voxsin and nvda

Hi.

Well its confirmed from auralux.

They are not sure at least the person that spoke to me isn't, but you can
run a single licence for user under wsl and if that addon works in nvda
and you want it then thats probably ok.

However I really think its a bit stupid to do all that to run speech.

A question could be though, if you got a raspberry pi or something
little, connected to a computer, or speaker running linux natively,
could you run voxsin from that then it could be like one of those serial
synths I guess again a bit overkill but it makes sence.

To be honest, knowing what I know I'd try speechhub again.
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OK, and now this topic is locked.   As was previously noted, NVDA itself does not run under Linux.  The synth under discussion, then, cannot be used with NVDA.  The two topics are entirely disjoint.

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