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Subject: Re: Questions about Ipod Nano
Re: Questions about Ipod Nano
Thank you Georg, definitively, i have a second gen ipod Nano.
Anyway, we have to buy another device, do you recommend someone in
particular for my porpouses? We are thinking in a Iriver H10 :-?
Will, of course this helps me. I understand perfectly the situation.
Thank you. I will keep looking the progress.
In order to collaborate with the project, I have seen the spanish
voices in the 'outdated voices' section (we are a spanish company, so,
the priority are spanish blind people). Perhaps we can develop a newer
file of voices, because we have synthesis engines to do it. Where can i
get documentation to make the .voice files?
El lun, 02-10-2006 a las 18:41 +1000, Will Robertson escribiÃ³:
> In regards to when it will be supported, it might be some time. The
> new generation of ipod nanos have completely different internal
> components to the existing nano's ones. However, timelines can't
> really be estimated for projects such as this, because occaisionally
> you can luck out and get something working far faster than expected,
> or it could be the last thing you try.
> There is at least one developer with access to a 2nd generation nano,
> so the prospect isn't completely grim :)
> Hope this helps,
> On 10/2/06, Georg Kellerer <gkellerer_at_wintotal-mitglied.de> wrote:
> Hello Juan,
> in my oppinion the ipod nano is not usable for blind people
> iven with an
> installed rockbox. The reason is because of the special scroll
> area in the
> outer circle of the keypad. i always touched the sensors to
> scroll up and
> down accidently and than stood on unpredictable possitions in
> the rockbox
> btw: the 1st gen ipod has a plastique front and the 2nd one's
> got a complete
> metall case.
Received on 2006-10-02
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