Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Directories and voice
Re: Directories and voice
From: Gary <flgants_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 08:27:04 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
I use the AT&T voices, and find that mine spells the names if they are in all caps?
From: Glenn Ervin at Home <GlennErvin_at_cableone.net>
Sent: Jun 22, 2004 9:01 PM
To: Rockbox development <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Subject: Re: Directories and voice
That's because the Text To Speech engine is designed to automatically
interpret these things.
I converted a story a friend wrote into an MP3 file using my AT&T voices,
and in his story, he wrote OK a few times, meaning okay, and the TTS
interpreted it as Oklahoma.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephe Mandel" <stephe_at_wubios.wustl.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 11:04 AM
Subject: Directories and voice
I just came back from a cross-country trip with my JB20 V2 which performed
flawlessly. I especially want to thank those developers responsible for
adding voice for directory names. By creating directories for artists and
albums I was able to keep my eyes on the road and still locate the music I
wanted to listen to.
Something quite odd came up regarding a directory name and I am very
interested in an explanation. I created a directory for The Doors called
"L A Woman," converted the cd's contents to mp3's and placed the music in
the directory. I ran the VBS script. When I scrolled down to the folder I
expected to hear "L A Woman" spoken but instead I heard "Los Angeles
Woman." How the heck did the script do that? How did it manage to
interpret L A as Los Angeles?
thankful and baffled,
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Received on 2004-06-23