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It uses the speech-dispatcher daemon for the actual speech job; kmouth is an useful front-end for it.
This package is part of the KDE accessibility module.
Jovie -- KDE Text-to-Speech -- is a subsystem within the KDE desktop for conversion of text to audible speech. Jovie is currently under development and aims to become the standard subsystem for all KDE applications to provide speech output. Currently, Jovie consists of the following components: Jovie The KDE Text-to-Speech Deamon, a system tray application that runs in the background, providing more»
kttsd for Debian ================ ktts is the KDE Text-to-Speech System. More information may be found on the web page of the project: http://accessibility.kde.org/developer/kttsd/ kttsd plugins ============= kttsd comes with 3 kind of plugins: o AudioPlugins o FilterPlugins o SynthPlugins The synthetizer plugins rely on third party software, that you have to ins more»
Where is KTTSD? KTTSD was moved on 20 Dec 2004. Most of it has moved to kdeaccessibility/kttsd. The following pieces were also moved. kttsd/libktts -> kdelibs/interfaces/kspeech kttsd/app-plugins/khtml-plugin -> kdebase/konqueror/kttsplugin kttsd/app-plugins/kate-plugin -> kdebase/kate/plugins/ktts kttsd/app-plugins/katepart-plugin -> kdebase/kate/plugin/katepartktts
jovie (4:4.8.4-2) unstable; urgency=low * Woops. Missing a epoch. reuploading with epoch. -- Su more»
2010-05-24 Jeremy Whiting (jpwhiting) * Renamed kttsd to Jovie, merged the trayicon(kttsmgr more»
This package was debianized by the Debian Qt/KDE Maintainers on June 2012. It was downloaded from more»