Created by: null on 28-09-2004 07:03:04 AM Perhaps dependant on the particular TTS engine, but my guess is that the TTS engine will make a "best guess" at pronouncing the text.
Thanks in advance.
Subject: RE: What happens to mis-typed text in an audio TTS element? Replied by: null on 28-09-2004 10:43:21 PM Yes, the TTS engine will try to pronounce what is typed out. So if you forget to put a space between two sentances, it will say the two words right after the other. If you put in a word it does not know how to pronounce (like a name), it could pronounce it very weird. This is ostensibly what SSML is for, though it depends on the TTS engine to see how effective it is.
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