I got a reply from Codefactory about their Eloquence and Vocalizer NVDA add-on.
1. It will e updated to Python 3 at the same time when NVDA 2019.3
2. The upgrade will be free for all the licenced users.
On 09/10/2019, Kevin Cussick via Groups.Io
Hi, could You maybe give me a hand doing this off list?
kevin.cussick@... will do it thanks in advance.
On 02/10/2019 21:01, zvonimir stanečić, 9a5dsz wrote:
There is a rate boost.
You need to alter this parameter in the ini file in your nvda directory,
folder rhvoice and folder rhvoice
On Behalf Of Kevin Cussick via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, October 2, 2019 9:58 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda-addons] Python 3 Compatible Speech Synthesizers
Hi, good man, and pleased that it does work. the only thing I find
is I have Alan at 100% and still a bit on the slow side might ask the
dev again if she might be able to try and get the rate boost added.
On 02/10/2019 03:06, Tony Malykh wrote:
Thanks, I managed to download it and I confirm it works for me in the
On 10/1/2019 1:54 PM, Kevin Cussick via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi, OK link below.
On 30/09/2019 22:33, Tony Malykh wrote:
Could you send me the link?
I checked all your messages in this mailing list and didn't find
what you're talking about.
I tried rebooting my computer and restarting NVDA after the error
but NVDA still doesn't see the add-on.
On 9/30/2019 1:19 PM, Kevin Cussick via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi, if you look threw the archives you should see I posted a url
to the folder for the addons I got an addon error as well at first,
but I rebooted the system and nvda and it installed and works on
stable and alpha.
On 30/09/2019 19:58, Tony Malykh wrote:
Where to get python3 compatible RHVoice?
I just downloaded the latest release from:
And the manifest file doesn't have any add-on compatibility flags
in it, so the latest alpha doesn't let me install it. If I
manually tweak the flags, then I get installation error.
On 9/29/2019 7:03 PM, Roger Stewart wrote:
I think RH Voice has already been tested with the latest early
builds of NVDA Python 3 and it works. That's what I'm using now.
On 9/29/2019 8:16 PM, Samuel Villa wrote:
I was wondering if anybody knows of any synthesizers that are
either going to be tested for Python 3 as add-ons or if there
are some that are all ready out there. Thanks!