orca says gibberish not saying things right

Asked by linuxrules on 2009-05-05

orca does not say any thing right tried all langues and not one works
reinstall not work and I don't want to reinstall my os (januty 9.04)
what else can I try to fix it?? I love orca ;(
somone please help
it worked before

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Status:
Solved
For:
Ubuntu Edit question
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Solved by:
Marco A L Barbosa
Solved:
2009-05-21
Last query:
2009-05-21
Last reply:
2009-05-18
linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #1

need help

Aleksey Sadovoy (lex-onm) said : #2

try following:
1. open the gnome-terminal
2. type:
touch ~/.pulse_a11y_nostart
3. reboot your system

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #3

thanks but It didn't help at all still says gibberish
is there a way to record it ?

Robinson Tryon (colonelqubit) said : #4

> is there a way to record it ?

Are you asking if there's a way to record the output of orca?

Robinson Tryon (colonelqubit) said : #5

Try using audacity to record the orca audio:
FAQ #517: “Audacity: Record audio playing on the computer”.

Robinson Tryon (colonelqubit) said : #6

Try using audacity to record the orca audio:
FAQ #518: “Audacity: Record audio playing on the computer”.

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #7

yes

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #8

i have a recording

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #9

Recording using audacity attached

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #10

grr file was removed

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #11

blah.mp3 (*audio/mpeg*)
276K<?ui=2&ik=ae04dd3c79&view=att&th=1213cb7478ed3f78&attid=0.1&disp=attd>

Best Marco A L Barbosa (malbarbo) said : #13

Open a terminal and type

echo "autospawn = no" >> ~/.pulse/client.conf

reboot your system

linuxrules (linuxrules) said : #14

Thanks Marco A L Barbosa, that solved my question.