2018-10-09 22:00:53

Hi guys.
I used to have this driver, it was part of a BTSync folder with a bunch of NVDA stuff in it including sound mods and stuff like that, but I lost the folder. Mainly I'm just looking for the SA2NVDA driver, but if anyone could point me to the folder again I'd appreciate that too. Thanks in advance.

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2018-10-10 00:03:47

Hello.

If you go to https://jeff.tdrealms.com/NVDA.md then to the Hardware Speech Synthesizers you'll find DecTalk addons.

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2018-10-10 00:19:06

He meant the System access to nvda driver which allows applications supporting output through System Access to route to NVDA. Confusingly, System Access's default synth happens to be Dectalk,, so I can see why you directed Garrett to that.

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2018-10-10 02:30:47

@jack Last time I checked, Eloquence was the default voice.

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2018-10-10 18:14:06

Nope. Dectalk it was, I believe Eloquence you had to buy, as well as Ivona for sure.

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2018-10-10 18:50:56

Hello.


@jack, thanks for the information.

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2018-10-10 19:46:02

@Jack Strange, it was Dectalk when I started using it, but then it switched to eloquence when I activated the trial.
Back to the topic at hand though, does anyone have this driver anymore?

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2018-10-10 19:54:21

it doesn't look like it, perhaps you might say what it is you're trying to do and we might offer a work around.

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2018-10-10 20:04:01

While I don't have the add-on, the key to the BTSync folder in which you can find it can be found below:
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2018-10-10 22:04:04

@FamilyMario Thanks for the key.
@ironcross32 I was going to use it to play Entombed with NVDA. Not really a huge deal considering how I could just use another SR, I mainly wanted to do that so that I could copy a link in the credits to the clipboard. I don't think very many programs only support SA and not NVDA besides Entombed, but I could be wrong.

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2018-10-10 22:39:29

I've never had an issue using Entombed with NVDA.

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2018-10-10 23:42:18

@ironcross32 I don't have the driver that lets you do that though, or at least I didn't before the BTSync key was posted here.

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2018-10-11 00:28:39

no driver should be required, it should just work.

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2018-10-11 09:27:23

@ironcross32 What? So, Entombed has native NVDA support out of the box? When was this added in?

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