Reported by elliott94 on 2010-06-25 14:17
Currently, NVDA uses ESpeak on the Windows logon screen. I'm not sure if this could be done, but it would be good if the users default synth could be used (SAPI 4, etc).
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Comment 1 by jteh on 2010-06-26 23:27
The secure desktops are not tied to a specific user, so there is no "user" to use as context. To put it another way, you can't use the user's default synthesiser because there is no user to speak of here.
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Comment 2 by elliott94 on 2010-06-30 14:57
Would it not be possible to allow the user to define spasific options for speech settings, etc that could be used on this screen?
I'm just trying to understand how JFW uses the same speech rate as it does when you're logged into Windows.
Comment 6 by elliott94 on 2010-07-03 22:36
Ok, this makes sence.
I'm wondeirng, however, do you know where this folder can be located?
I'm trying to use Eloquence on these Secure screens, but obviously need to copy the driver to the correct location.
Thanks a lot.
Comment 7 by elliott94 on 2010-08-07 09:38
Fixed in main:changeset 3690.
Changed title from "NVDA could use the users default synth on the logon screen" to "NVDA could use the users configuration settings on logon and Secure Desktop screens"
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Comment 9 by jteh on 2010-08-07 12:39
Changed title from "NVDA could use the users configuration settings on logon and Secure Desktop screens" to "Allow user to copy configuration to be used on secure desktops"