Re: window eyes and nvda


Gene
 

If you do that, you won't necessarily see voices.  If you have unrestricted SAPI 5 voices, for example, you first have to turn on SAPI 5 in the synthesizers menu. Then you have to open voices and see what is there. 
 
If you do something and lose speech, press escape a number of times to make sure you are out of the NVDA window, then issue the command insert control r to restore the saved configuration.  That command works in the desktop layout.  I don't know if it does in the laptop layout.  You will then have the voice you started with.  It will be the original voice unless you changed it and saved the configuration.
 
Gene 

Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2016 4:08 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] window eyes and nvda

Look under "preferences" , synthizers, and voices in the n v d a menu. You may already have some choices on your  p c that you are not aware of.

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From: Amy Gordon [mailto:asg1241@...]
Sent: January-06-16 12:51 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] window eyes and nvda

Where can I get another voice for nvda and does it cost? Also what is the command to turn nvda on and off?

On 1/6/16, Matt <matt.from.florida@...> wrote:
> Yes there is some MS voices and they are free or you can buy some  for
> NVDA.
> Now the difference in the paid version of WE and the Free version of
> WE is nothing but support. The Paid version you have support and maybe
> some other voices and the un paid version no support and only the voice it comes with .
> Unless you buy more voices.
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> Matt.from.florida@...
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> From: Amy Gordon [mailto:asg1241@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2016 1:28 PM
> To: TechTalk@groups.io
> Subject: [TechTalk] window eyes and nvda
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> I have a few questions. What are some of the differences in the paid
> version of window eyes and the free version with microsoft office?  I
> downloaded nvda and I do not like the voice are there other voices to
> use? Also What are some of the commands to use with nvda? Thanks
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