Is it the time for "KSpeach"?
Bill.Haneman at Sun.COM
Wed Sep 15 17:04:29 BST 2004
In any case, I think it makes more sense to use the ATK/at-spi
interfaces which Qt.next will be providing for this purpose, including
On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 15:55, Olaf Jan Schmidt wrote:
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> [Lubos Lunak, Mittwoch, 15. September 2004 16:14]
> > > Maybe it would be even better to have a third application for it to
> > > deal with text dictation etc. It could share code with khotkeys and
> > > kdelirc, of course.
> > Don't we already have enough apps that can trigger DCOP calls somehow?
> Triggering DCOP calls is not the only use for speech recognition. We would
> also need to simulate keyboard input. And we would need a user interface
> for defining the words you wish to use. Adding all of this to khotkeys
> might be too much, but it could be combination of several DCOP speaking
> applications, of course.
> Anyway, without seeing the IBM code this a completely theoretical
> - --
> Olaf Jan Schmidt, KDE Accessibility Project
> KDEAP co-maintainer, maintainer of http://accessibility.kde.org
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