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Re: [Accessibility] request for help for those who cannot speak clearly

From: Quiliro Ordóñez Baca
Subject: Re: [Accessibility] request for help for those who cannot speak clearly but who Can type
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2014 05:05:41 -0500
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El 22/01/14 a las 20:21, Gary Kline escibió:
> =====
> Organization: Thought Unlimited.  Public service Unix since 1986.
> Of_Interest: With 27 years  of service  to the  Unix  community.
>       hey guys,
>       now that my shoulder keeps giving me severe plain, And because 
>       I am rapidily closing in on the "death decades", I need for help
>       with my "VBC" [voice by computer] program.  it mostly works;
>       a main error is that words typed and spoken twice.  VBC needs 
>       other help--switching from male to female voice fails on the
>       menu line.  and it needs to be explained more clearly.  [ I
>       used to be a writer and editor--freelance--so I can complete 
>       the "Help" drop-down once my shoulder is rested.
>       but, in short, are there anny C and gtk-3 hackers  who can help
>       me?  I'll put your names first  and/or take my name off.  I just
>       would like to see this program finished before my time is up!
>       the tarball is around 11k when gzipped.  I'm not attaching it
>       because most forum-ware slice off things that arent in the
>       body of the email.
>       thanks much,
>       gary
>       ps: yes, there are computer-savvy folk who can type FAST.

Did you get the help you needed? I am not a C or GTK hacker. But I did
not find your project in your website. So probably the hacker you
requested didn't either.

Saludos libres,
Quiliro Ordóñez
600 8579
Se encuentra muchos hombres que hablan de libertad, pero muy pocos cuya vida no 
se haya consagrado, principalmente, a forjar cadenas.
(Gustave Le Bon)

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