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  • CJVann
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    Degrees "F"

    F

    Jun-29 1:15:35 PM TTS Speak (*:*):Current weather conditions for Cumberland: Temperature is 79.5 and ...
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  • CJVann
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    Speaking "wind"

    3.0.5285.19250
    I saw a post where you were trying to fix "wind" so it didn't say wind (the clock). With NeoSpeech, I've noticed a capital vs. lower case "W" makes is say it differently:

    Southwest winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. (Says wind, like wind the clock)
    Southwest Winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. (Says wind, like windy).

    I've also used "Whinds" for winds (are blowing) successfully with NeoSpeech.

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  • CJVann
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    East spoken "E"

    UltraWeatherBug3 - 3.0.5285.19250
    In the "Speak (*:*):Weather forecast for Station1:", I noticed East is pronounced "E". Another time for SW, it spoke the word. I just downloaded this last night, so everything is set to default speech parameters.

    Jun-29 12:02:22 PM TTS
    Southwest winds 5 to 15 miles per hour.
    Winds will be 4 miles per hour from the E.

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  • Krameduoh
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    UltraJones,

    The word "Wins" sounds fine in my opinion. Especially in the context of a sentence pertaining to a forecast.

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk

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  • Krameduoh
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    Hi Walberg, You can use the "Status Tracking Normal" field in HSTouch Designer.

    Cheers

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk

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  • walberg
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    How to get Forecast into HStouch?

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  • Krameduoh
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    Gotcha. I find myself having to occasionally mis-spell a word in my speech events to get relatively close to the correct pronunciation. I wonder if "Wins" would go somewhat unnoticed in the context of the phrase. I'll play around tonight. I'm using Neospeech's Bridget, which has a British accent but I have other voices as well to test with.

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  • Ultrajones
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    Yes, I need to address this. If I don't add the extra N on my system, it says winds (to move in a spiral, or circular course).

    Regards,
    Ultrajones

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  • Krameduoh
    started a topic Forecast Speech Error

    Forecast Speech Error

    Just bought the UltraWeatherBug HS3 plugin, love it! Works good with HSTouch too!

    I have the forecast spoken each morning but the word "Winds" is actually spelled out when spoken and with an extra "N". So the speech literally speaks each letter as such: W I N N D S.

    While it's rather funny I would rather hear the word "Winds" instead. It appears the extra N is fooling the speech engine.
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