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No, it's not that hard. You go in to the tree view if you use the interface, select port pair 1, then change the two values in the edit fields there to COM8 and COM9, and press aply. Or if you use the command line interface, just use the change CNCA1 PortName=COM8 and change CNCB1 PortName=COM9 commands.

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Figured out what I was doing wrong myself. I was not giving it enough time to load. LOL. Anyway, I got the version that had windows 3.1.1 on the drive. Yes, I played with windows 3.1.1 and found it very interesting. Looks different then windows XP or windows seven for sure. I guess one of the main difference is that it looks like a program instead of what we have came to think of an OS. Would go as far to say that it is basically a gui to dos... LOL. Now I got to find a few good games to play. Does anyone know how to get the speed of the synth at the right speed for me when it comes to WindowEyes in windows 3.1.1 on talking dos box? Is there a way to set the speech rate before bringing everything up? It seems like I am missing something. That music was a little be of a surprise when I brought up the baseball game. Now to go figure out how to save my setting in mega dots.

All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. From the ashes a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall spring; Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless again shall be king.
DropBox Referral

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I suppose you could look for something called dzip or something, it was an IF interpriter.

watch my brother's twitch stream here:
https://www.twitch.tv/sylvrexe

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@152, Yes, in those days it was. Windows 3.1 was pretty much a program that ran on top of DOS, and often you had to exit out of Windows and go back to DOS to run something, I think this was often the case for memory intensive programs and games that required low level hardware access. Consumer operating systems never truly left DOS behind until Windows XP.

It's a toaster!

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You can adjust window-eyes settings by pressing CTRL+Backslash, and then changing the settings for the screen, keyboard and mouse voices. Than you need to save them into the wineyes configuration which is the one it loads by default. This saving and associating part of configuring it is why I didn't really care much for it and it took them close to 15 years to modernise it...

The twins of Mammon quarrelled. Their warring plunged the world into a new darkness, and the beast abhorred the darkness. So it began to move swiftly, and grew more powerful, and went forth and multiplied. And the beasts brought fire and light to the darkness. - from The Book of Mozilla, 15:1

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Where can I get this?

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Good question. I want to get it as well.

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The main link doesn't work and I don't know where else to get it.

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http://batsupport.com/unsupported/dosbox/

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I're using the normal Talking DOSBox with Sukil's fork of the vbns-eSpeak emulator and works very good.

I customized the "startbns.bat" file to  run the emulator, DOSBox and the ASAP screen reader without having to type "asap" in the DOSBox-Daum window.

English is not my native language. Thanks.

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Hi, The download link for the read me and for talking DOSBox dont work for me. I get this error when I try to access them:

404 Site pmsworld.tdrealms.com is not served on this interface

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@Dragonlee You can download Talking DOSBox in http://batsupport.com/unsupported/dosbox/

English is not my native language. Thanks.

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