[Sugar-devel] SpellCheck for write activity project

Jake Scarlet mmatty26 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 6 03:04:56 EDT 2019

I tested the API from Speak activity. It's fine but I personally found
https://github.com/Hagsten/Talkify to be a better option. I could also
tweak the voice a bit to make it sound like Alice from the Python version
of write, I've looked into the licencing and all.
So should I use this or the one in Speak activity?

On Sat, 6 Apr 2019 at 04:33, James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org> wrote:

> Look for any APIs used now in Sugarizer for text to speech, and use
> the same?
> On Thu, Apr 04, 2019 at 05:59:50AM +1400, Jake Scarlet wrote:
> > Ah yes James, that's exactly what I meant to ask. Thank you all for your
> > feedback.
> > The project idea mentions that We can use an existing API based text
> editor for
> > the base. I've decided to go with QuillJS (one of the mentioned options),
> > mainly for the flexibility and  the fact that It can be optimized to
> such great
> > extent. Since it isn't confined inside an iframe like many other legacy
> > editors that i came across, I can tailor it to perfectly match the
> Sugarizer
> > environment.Also, the lack of any dependencies makes up for a lot of
> > simplicity.
> > I've tested the basic functionalities and they all match up to the
> original
> > python version of the Write application.
> >
> > Should I proceed with this?
> > And also, what API would you recommend for the text to speech feature,
> referred
> > to as Alice in the python version?
> --
> James Cameron
> http://quozl.netrek.org/
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