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Old 06-23-2015, 08:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Teaching Linux to Speak

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MaryTTS is an amazing app. In no time David was able to show me how to get it to work on my individual computer and not have to go online to use it. Trouble isÖitís a total mind-bash to someone who isnít comfortable at the command line or to editing exotic text files. To the novice, or even some power users, getting MaryTTS to run on presents some daunting challenges. And thatís a shame because MaryTTS is more than likely the tool a speechless world is waiting for. Solid, dependable and free.



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