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=========== Open Allure =========== Open Allure is a text-to-speech dialog system For the latest version, please check http://openallureds.org Installation ============ If you have unzipped the archive to read this README.txt file the application can be run from this same directory without further installation. Just double-click the openallure icon. Delete it to uninstall. Usage ===== Keys: Escape quits Ctrl+I force input Ctrl+R refresh Ctrl+V paste Commands: exit open <filename or url> quit return (resumes at last question) show source Getting Started =============== Enter open welcome.txt and the software should begin talking. To access a script on a webpage, type open <webpage address> You can copy the webpage address from your web browser and paste it with Control+V. (This should be Command+V on Mac OSX, but it's not yet.) The webpage needs to contain an Open Allure script, marked off as preformatted text with the <pre> </pre> HTML tags. Alternatively, the script can be in a NING blog post as in http://openallureds.ning.com/profiles/blogs/music-1 Or the script can be on an Etherpad as in http://bit.ly/oa1d27 Script syntax is discussed here http://code.google.com/p/open-allure-ds/wiki/SeparateContentFileSyntax Dependencies ============ These may vary depending on the platform StaticSay http://krolik.net/post/Say-exe-a-simple-command-line-text-to-speech-program-for-Windows.aspx Pygame http://www.pygame.org/download.shtml Version 1.9.1 was used during development of Open Allure BeautifulSoup http://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/download/3.x/BeautifulSoup-3.0.8.tar.gz Version 3.0.8 was used during development of Open Allure (easy_install BeautifulSoup) NLTK http://www.nltk.org/download Steven Bird, <firstname.lastname@example.org> License ======= Copyright (c) 2011 John Graves MIT License. See LICENSE.txt Contributors ============ John Graves, <email@example.com> Brian Thorne, <firstname.lastname@example.org>