No, it is just simply the fact ever since shipping Eloquence with Jaws
they automatically assume that is what all of their customers will use
or want to use.  Plus for them to purchase the Phonix Dectalk 5 SDK
and then write a Jaws driver for it would cost them money, and they
don't want to do it. So they suggested Eloquence instead. Which, like
I said,  totally missed my point I don't very much like Eloquence and
want the speed and reliability of Dectalk.
Window-Eyes on the other hand ships with the Dectalk software out of
the box, and one very huge reason I switched over to them around the
4.0 days.  I've always been a fan of the Dectalk products, and when
Window Eyes made it the default synth I switched. I only keep Jaws
around for odd jobs and things where Window-eyes support could be a
little better. Otherwise I have no need of the shark.


On 4/21/10, Muhammed Deniz <muhamme...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> I like jaws. Though probably elequnts is much more supported, that's why
> they may of said that to you.

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