You are exactly right, and just proved my point. I think a lot of
these people begging for Jaws API support have no clue how limited it
really is. You can't adjust the speech rate, volume, pitch, or
anything like that. I don't think you can even interrupt the speech
either. Using Sapi 5 is several times more flexable and uses a lot
less resources than the Jaws API from a technical point-of-view so I'm
not really sure once the facts are known why anyone with any sense
would want Jaws API support.
On 1/4/11, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
> Hi Philip,
> I am just curious. The last that I knew the Jaws API did not afford the
> control that sapi5 does. You know such things as rate and volume of the
> speech, the ability to interrupt the speech and the ability to poll the API
> to see if it had finished speaking the last string sent to it. I find those
> to be essential when programming with speech.
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