[Bug 434082] [NEW] kttsmgr, can't add "command" talker (for espeak)

Jonathan Duddington jonsd at jsd.clara.co.uk
Mon Sep 21 16:42:12 BST 2009


Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: kttsd

In order to use the espeak speech synthesizer with kttsd, I need to add
a "Command Talker" in kttsmgr.  This is not possible (is broken) in
Kubuntu 9.10 Alpha6.

In the kttsmgr "Configure" window, I click "Add".  In the "Add Talker"
dialog, I select the "Show All" radio button next to "Synthesizer".  The
Synthesizer list now includes "Command" as one of its options.

I select "Command" and click the "OK" button.  The "Add Talker" window
now closes, instead of allowing me to enter details of the Command
Talker.

** Affects: kdeaccessibility (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New


** Tags: kttsd kttsmgr

** Description changed:

  Binary package hint: kttsd
  
- In order to use the espeak speech synthesizer with kttsd, I need to ass
+ In order to use the espeak speech synthesizer with kttsd, I need to add
  a "Command Talker" in kttsmgr.  This is not possible (is broken) in
  Kubuntu 9.10 Alpha6.
  
  In the kttsmgr "Configure" window, I click "Add".  In the "Add Talker"
  dialog, I select the "Show All" radio button next to "Synthesizer".  The
  Synthesizer list now includes "Command" as one of its options.
  
  I select "Command" and click the "OK" button.  The "Add Talker" window
  now closes, instead of allowing me to enter details of the Command
  Talker.

** Tags added: kttsd kttsmgr

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kttsmgr, can't add "command" talker (for espeak)
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/434082
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