Re: Mathematica can talk!
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- Subject: [mg27354] Re: [mg27231] Mathematica can talk!
- From: "Christopher J. Purcell" <purcell at drea.dnd.ca>
- Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 03:18:04 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
On a Macintosh G3, system 8.6, with Mathematica Version 4.0, a
perusal of the output from:
reveals 3 interesting undocumented symbols:
After much trial and error all I succeeded in doing was the following:
(* Example of telling the front end to create a cell with text in
it, selecting it and then speaking, but only saying the "In". The
is clearly missing something, but if this line is not included the
kernel will not terminate without extreme prejudice. *)
],"Houston we have a problem."]];
I was hoping after writing some text to a cell, and selecting it,
that I could mimic the effect of inputting Control-V from the
keyboard. This is getting close to working, it reads back the In.
Any suggestions on how to improve upon this?
> I have a Mac with Mac9.04. Recently, I was working on a notebook
>and accidently pressed Control V keys (instead of Command V)
>and to my amazement Mathematica read back the cell contents to
>me . I have looked to see if this feature is documented but have
>not found anything in the Help manual . Has anyone got any ideas
>on how one can control the speech properties I guess it is using
>the speech synthesizer in the Mac. However, I have not been able
>to control the speed or voice characteristics with the Mac speech
>contol panel .
>Sent via Deja.com
Dr. Christopher J. Purcell
Defence Research Establishment Atlantic
9 Grove St., Dartmouth, NS Canada B2Y 3Z7
E-mail: purcell at drea.dnd.ca
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