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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    every time it gives a camera warning it also says that you overspeed and the speed limit is miles without stating the speed limit value., plus it keeps repeating this message until the camera has been past. Its says the following for every camera warning:

    "Warning! Speedcam."
    "You are over sped and speed limit is miles"

    Is this a bug? how can this be corrected to just announce the camera warning and to say it only once ?
    Remove this from sys.txt:
    [warning]
    say_camera_speed_limit=1

    Instead of doing what you think it would do, it triggers the OVERspeed warning in dictionary.voice.
    If you still want to use the sys.txt setting, then you can edit the overspeed warning to be whatever you want, but that will make it the same for all overspeed warnings regardless of circumstances.

    A typical overspeed alert in dictionary.voice (that announces the speed limit) could be:
    The speed limit is %s!="The speed limit is %s! Slow down."

    Do not change or edit this.
    Change this to whatever you want.
    "%s!" reads the road speed limit.
    Note that is you have more than one trigger phrase (the part before the =), the first one is used, and furthers ones are ignored. So always check first before adding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    The dictionary.voice does have the line
    The speed limit is %s!="The speed limit is %s! Slow down."

    and it not saying the speed limit, where do I make these changes, if in sys.txt, or in the dictionary.voice or tts_speedcams_eng.zip what should these be?
    You will have to compare your voice file/speedcam file zips with mine that I have made previously available here:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    to find what the difference(s) may be. I have not compared. Mine works as expected (but I do not use the sys.txt speed for speedcam setting because I found it to be annoying). I generally mass copy/paste the entire dictionary.voice from a working copy rather than individually edit when converting a voice file.

    Right now the last thing I am trying to solve is the "Read out Quick Detour" in the TTS settings, but it seems to be daunting...and I don't read Russian. ;-)

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    Good day.
    Can someone German TTS voice for radar detectors provide in German at your disposal

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxip View Post
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    Can someone German TTS voice for radar detectors provide
    Try this:

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    Voice+Speedcam files attached (unrar but do not unzip individual files..place in designated folders, but first remove any other tts-speedcam*.zip files from UX folder)

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    Default TTS-PRO function

    To use the TTS-PRO function it needs the UX paste the changed modules:

    ttspro.zip
    speedcam.zip


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    Back up on the UX modules folder replace these:
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    ux.rar
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    There are other visual-audible alerts:
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    sys.txt:
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    thanks to all those who contributed
    Last edited by seria; 2nd October 2015 at 15:10. Reason: update sys.txt
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    I would like to know if you have the portuguese tts voice working ..... I am portuguese and i havenīt...
    If it work how can i do this....
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by seria View Post
    To use the TTS-PRO function it needs the UX paste the changed modules:

    SERIA,

    I would like to know if you have the portuguese tts voice working .... If so , how can i do this...
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jose51 View Post
    I would like to know if you have the portuguese tts voice working ..... I am portuguese and i havenīt...
    If it work how can i do this....
    thanks
    Here:
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    The forum is to interact and not to create zombies !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hunt View Post
    Try this:

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    Voice+Speedcam files attached (unrar but do not unzip individual files..place in designated folders, but first remove any other tts-speedcam*.zip files from UX folder)
    In your package above the ux-File is called "tts-speedcam-eng.zip" Shouldn't there be a file like "tts-speedcam-GER.zip" instead?
    English TTS Package-With Speedcams.rar\English TTS Package-With Speedcams\To iGO_NextGen-ux\tts-speedcam-eng.zip

    Anyway, could you please give some advice what to change in order to get a german TTS voice with DA and speedcam.

    I' willing to help in the translation for the german lang files (ENG<->GER) while respecting the older Primo hints.
    Last edited by nanocosm; 23rd September 2015 at 08:41.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanocosm View Post
    In your package above the ux-File is called "tts-speedcam-eng.zip" Shouldn't there be a file like "tts-speedcam-GER.zip" instead?
    English TTS Package-With Speedcams.rar\English TTS Package-With Speedcams\To iGO_NextGen-ux\tts-speedcam-eng.zip

    Anyway, could you please give some advice what to change in order to get a german TTS voice with DA and speedcam.

    I' willing to help in the translation for the german lang files (ENG<->GER) while respecting the older Primo hints.
    No.
    See here for an explanation:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    And/or here:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    If the voice file does not work as it is, I may not be able to help you.

    If it DOES work, I can add the phrases necessary for DA and other things (besides speedcam which should already work if the files are correctly placed) if you are willing to translate.
    Last edited by Mike Hunt; 23rd September 2015 at 10:38.

 

 
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