On 18.12.2005, Jani Kinnunen wrote:
>> The virtual keyboard has all ISO8859-1 characters, at least
>> on my player. I don't know how it is voiced, though.
> They aren't voiced at all. I examined the .lang files, the
> English and Finnish ones, and noticed that there aren't
> specified any other voiced letters than the usual A to Z. Then
> I tried to add, for example, the following lines at the end of
> the finnish.lang file:
> id: VOICE_CHAR_Ä
> desc: spoken only, for spelling
> eng: ""
> voice: "Ä"
> new: ""
This cannot work. There has to be support for the additional
characters in the code. Only the unaccented latin letters, the
numbers and the dot are voiced, no other characters. If we want
voice support for other characters, this does potentially mean
thousands of them, especially as we support full unicode now.
This isn't possible with the current approach. The voice files
are really tight already, on archos because of the total RAM
size limit, and on iriver because the buffer for the voice file
is allocated permanently, and takes RAM away from the audio
Received on Sun Dec 18 21:51:17 2005