Jim: its idosyncratic all right ...
Even with save to file paul will slow down.
Sean, you better be careful ... if you keep using neospeech you'll have to quit your current job and become a perl programmer
Its a shame to waste so much time working around stuff. For example, back in the TextAloud 1.4 days, I had all kinds of perl and emacs lisp scripts, with file splitting and regular expression subs all over the shop. Then these NextUpStarts release 2.0, and all I can do rm -rf *
on all my lovely scripts, because the file splitter, batch converter, and regex sub in text aloud all work so wonderfully
. Thanks Ken! These features work really well.
Anyways, like I said, i am trying to love neo-speech. Ken, perhaps you might pass on my/our mixed feelings to neo-speech. There is a big difference between nextup and neospeech. nextup gives us regexp to work around problems in the (neospeech) speech engines, while neospeech does what? ignores us? I think NextUp makes NeoSpeech look pretty bad. I hope the reverse does not happen. Not everyone will realize that Ken is not responsible for Paul.