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Re: [O] Org-drill edit feature request

From: John Kitchin
Subject: Re: [O] Org-drill edit feature request
Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2019 11:03:42 -0500
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My experience with this is that you have to get the word by some means
(e.g. it is a property, or it is selected some how) and then send it to
a platform specific speech program. It is easy on a mac as there is a
command line tool called "say". So, something like this

(shell-command "say \"Hello\")

will say the word Hello out loud. I guess there are windows and linux

stardiviner <address@hidden> writes:

> Leu Zhe <address@hidden> writes:
> I want org-drill can add a feature to auto pronounce the word. That's
> standard functionality in word-drill Apps.
>> Hi,
>> Making drill editing seems be very painful by the current way
>> org-drill offers.
>> I make a lot of notes on most of the drilled entries, as for now,
>> 1). press e (or other key to reveal the collapsed headlines) , e
>> twice to go back to the original buffer.
>> 2) add notes. (Even more keys pressing: if i collapsed the headlines
>> before calling org-drill, i need to press tab to show all the
>> contents at current headline.)
>> 3) call org-drill-resume to go back.
>> I would like to consider more intuitive ways to edit the drill
>> entries. How do you think the workflow below?
>> 1) press e to switch to edit mode like "helm-swoop", which keeps
>> exactly same narrow, child headline showing as before.
>> 2) add the notes.
>> 3) Ctrl-c Ctrl-s to resume.
>> Do you think my workflow is more reasonable?
>> And i would like to hear more advices about the idea above. Thanks.

Professor John Kitchin
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Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
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