[Blindapple] My disk is ready for release

Blake Roberts beroberts at hughes.net
Fri Jul 7 22:02:08 EDT 2017


I find your useful.dsk interesting. I had heard of but never used the Echo2
phoneem  mode. I entered some random letters without knowing what I was
doing and still managed to make a couple of words. If you could find and
include a text file of recognized phoneems in a future disk revision, I
would find that helpful. One question. Why does the Apple beep 4 times in
succession before the Echo says "ready"? I'm guessing it might have been
because of the saving state problem you experienced earlier today. I'm just
wondering about the multiple beeps.




From: BlindApple [mailto:blindapple-bounces at bluegrasspals.com] On Behalf Of
Brandon Cross
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2017 6:38 PM
To: Blind Apple Discussions
Subject: [Blindapple] My disk is ready for release


IN previous messages, I indicated that I was working on a disk that had two
programs on it. One for speaking strings, and other for speaking phoneme
sequences. I feel the disk is ready for release at least at this point.


I do hope to improve, and of course I will share the revisions.


The two programs on the disk are speaker and phmaker. They are both locked,
simply to give myself a little extra protection so I don't save faulty
programming on them.


Anyway, let me know what you think. Oh, and here's the dropbox link in case
some of you can't download the attachment for whatever reason, or just
prefer this method better:

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