linux: apostrophes spoke as gibberish :SLOVED:

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linux: apostrophes spoke as gibberish :SLOVED:

Postby Medantri » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:57 pm

on a base install of linux after installing cepstral voices for linux everything works fine

*after after installing libreoffice or similar office program suddenly the cepstral voice will no longer pronounce words like "it's" or any word that uses an apostrophe

-every other word and phrase works fine, mysteriously only words with apostrophes in them like " that's he'll I'll shouldn't " will no longer be pronounced replaced by a short gibberish

*YET after removing the office program the voice will pronounce words with apostrophes in them again,

>also strange because spell checkers like apsell or hunspell don't effect this, just the presence of an actual office program like libreoffice, abiword,
Last edited by Medantri on Fri Apr 13, 2018 2:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: linux: installing an office program changes voice's Pron

Postby Medantri » Fri Apr 13, 2018 2:50 pm

ok problem sloved,

-the problem wasn't the cepstral voice....... it was the office programs like libreoffice and few others CHANGED THE APOSTROPHE STYMBOL to a strange unicode character to look fancier,

what you do in libreoffice as least is "Tools - Autocorrect - Autocorrect options, select Localized options tab, remove check mark below "Single quotes"."
*and then it speaks things fine!

WHAT ON EARTH! the problem was they changed the apostrophe to a fancier unicode character! CRIPES!

source where found soultion
https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question ... e-it-back/
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