Re: available voices in NVDA


Both screen-readers use restricted versions of those synthesizers that won't be seen by other programs or devices.
If you want Eloquence, you can try the demo of the SAPI version from Code Factory.  You can then decide if you want to purchase it.
If you want DECTalk there is a version available for purchase but it sounds quite different from the DECTalk you are used to.  I don't have purchase information.

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Sent: Monday, April 25, 2016 2:40 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] available voices in NVDA

I have both JAWS (Eloquence speech) and Window Eyes (DECtalk software
synthesizer) on my Windows xp pro notebook.  Also have NVDA.  How can I use
the Eloquence or DECtalk software synthesizers in my NVDA?  I'm told it can
be done; just don't know how.



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