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Section: KDE User's Manual (1)
Updated: 2018-01-03
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NAME

kmouth - A type-and-say front end for speech synthesizers  

SYNOPSIS

kmouth [filename]
 

DESCRIPTION

KMouth is an application that enables persons that cannot speak to let their computers speak. It includes a history of spoken sentences from which the user can select sentences to be re-spoken.

Note that KMouth does not include speech synthesizer. Instead it requires a speech synthesizer installed in the system.  

OPTIONS

filename

The history file to open.
 

SEE ALSO

espeak(1), festival(1), mbrola(1), freetts(1)

More detailed user documentation is available from m[blue]help:/kmouthm[] (either enter this URL into Konqueror, or run khelpcenter help:/kmouth).

There is also further information available at the m[blue]KDE Accessibility project web sitem[][1].  

AUTHORS

KMouth was written by Gunnar Schmi Dt <kmouth@schmi-dt.de>.  

AUTHOR

Lauri Watts <lauri@kde.org>

Author.
 

NOTES

1.
KDE Accessibility project web site
http://accessibility.kde.org/


 

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