Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: voice UI step 4 now has talkbox, and more
Re: voice UI step 4 now has talkbox, and more
From: Salokyn <bazar.nicolas.gif_at_libertysurf.fr>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 18:42:18 +0100
For your own MP3 clips, put them on each folder you want to be spelled with
the name ".dirname.mp3", use the command "rename" to chage the name if you
"Glenn Ervin at Home" <GlennErvin_at_cableone.net> a écrit dans le message de
Can someone send me a link to the TalkBox page?
I seem to have lost my link.
I haven't been able to get the TalkBox to speak my MP3 clips of the folders.
Or is the TalkBox feature built into Joerg's English.voice file?
Also, I have never found the hover option in the CFG file.
Can someone tell me where to write it in?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Wolven" <brian.wolven_at_verizon.net>
Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 7:47 PM
Subject: Re: voice UI step 4 now has talkbox, and more
> Friday seems to become my implementation day...
> Just committed the next step, mostly introducing talkbox into the mainline
> cvs. I didn't really use the existing patch because of various
> it was rather a re-implementation of the functionality. I skipped the
> thumbnail clip recording part, this has to find a place with the upcoming
> overhaul. (I prefer TTS anyway)
> Remember the .vbs script to automatically generate all the directory
> thumbnail clips with text-to-speech, that is _very_ useful.
> There is a voice menu now under General Settings. It also containes the
> long-awaited enable/disable of the talking menus. Other options are for
> directories and files are "voiced". I picked up a new idea, an option to
> spoken as numbers. So you even hear directories when not having the full
> of thumbnail clips. For files, the numbers are currently the only option
> I have updated the voice file in my webspace to contain the latest menu
> entries and vocabulary.
> More later, need to sleep,
Heh - I think you earned it. Thanks for all your efforts. =)
I could have used this on my way home tonight, driving a manual
transmission in stop and go traffic in the dark, and trying to select
the next album on my recorder without causing the FOURTH accident in an
8-mile stretch of freeway. (There's a reason we call them Balti-morons,
ya know... and I don't think they were all just trying to use their MP3
players without a voice UI. Grrrr.)
Received on 2004-03-27