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Description of problem:
Magnifier works, but speech does not.
If I attempt to test a voice, I get:
(srcore:26523): gnopernicus-CRITICAL **: file libsrconf.c: line 247
(sr_config_changed_callback): assertion `entry->value' failed
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open gnopernicus from command line
2. Go to speech preferences and voices
3. select voice and hit test voice button
Actual Results: Silence and error above
Expected Results: I expected to hear a voice
This was a missing dep on festival by gnome-speech. Should be fixed
in the latest rawhide.
Should the dep be on festival, or on some "provides text to speech" so
people can have a different TTS engine such as IBM's Via Voice? This
assumes that the other packages include the right "provides" settings
in the RPM.