Hi Philip,

For what its worth I don't understand it either. When I was writing my
engine in C# .Net, using Sapi as a com object, I had no problems with
the Neospeech voices. However, when I converted to C++ and added Sapi
5 support just exactly according to the Microsoft API documentation
Neospeech broke. I don't think it is necessarily a problem with BGT
specifically, but something wrong with the Neospeech voices
themselves. I never could understand why they work ok with VB .Net and
C# .Net, but not at all with C++.


On 3/25/11, Philip Bennefall <phi...@blastbay.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This bug baffles me. I am using Sapi exactly as listed in the Microsoft SDK
> documentation, and since most voices work just fine I don't see how I can do
> things very differently. One thing I have been thinking about is rewriting
> the wrapper to use the Active X interface instead rather than interacting
> with Sapi directly, in other words do it the same way as scripting languages
> like JavaScript or Autoit would do it when you instanciate the spVoice
> object. Whether this will actually make a difference, however, I do not
> know.
> Kind regards,
> Philip Bennefall

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