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@jom My roommate switched to Linux because of that in November.

@jr @jom OK. I understand! Sounds quite funny when You read it by screenreader.

@jr I really hav to think about, how to get this done. So far, You could just switch on talkback and hav it red out to You. I will try a way to produce an audiofile that I can share.

@balouqlc is there some good online reader aviable?

@jr I dont know any onlinereader. But as I said, You should hav talkback on Your device. You work with android, as far as I know.

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On OSX you can store in a text file and simply use say < text.txt
espeak "foobar" -w test.wav
-rw-r--r--  1 hans hans 34138 Jan 13 20:32 test.wav
file test.wav
    test.wav: RIFF (little-endian) data, WAVE audio, Microsoft PCM, 16 bit, mono 22050 Hz


That is on Linux b.t.w.
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