Since neospeech is very customiseable, I would like to know if nextup could write a python driver along with a special version of neospeech which could be purchased from nextup, put in the nvda synth drivers folder and could be also put on a flash drive with nvda-portable? the sapi5 nextup neospeech is not very responsive with nvda. nvda is free screen reader, nextup voices are commercial. I would gladly pay money and others would also, if you would make special nvda-versions of your tts engines that people could buy they would not be sapi5 they would be tied to nvda and go in the synth drivers folder; as a result they could be taken on flash drives and other portable media along with the free open source screen reader.
Thanks for considering this. I already emailed neospeech about this idea. serotek has neospeech tied into their product.I would really appreciate if I could purchase nvda versions of your speech synthesizers. Also if you could recommend where I could find programmers to add an off screen model to nvda so graphics and icons could be labeled and nvda could have a virtual mouse pointer or review cursor thanks.
Josh Kennedy email@example.com
my blog is at http://jkenn337.klangoblog.net (updated frequently). Tired of Microsoft Windows and paying thousands for screen-readers? try out NVDA, get a mac--, nvda--for Windows, or try out and switch to grml, Ubuntu, Vinux, or knoppix-adriane Linux desktops. Knoppix ubuntu and vinux-cli-max are the most accessible for beginners. also try vinux-gui and encourage those at www.cherrypal.com to use windows-xp and nvda knoppix-adriane Vinux-cli-max or grml so all blind people can have an accessible computer.