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Re: Bug#514009: Release notes: section about Braille displays in installing.dbk/installing.po

Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org> writes:

> Ferenc Wagner, le Sun 08 Feb 2009 10:33:06 +0100, a écrit :
>> I'd suggest something simpler, like this, if possible (my English may
>> need fixing, but the idea is to get rid of "along with support for"
>> and s/syntheses/synthesis/):
>>     Support for hardware speech synthesis is present only in the
>>     graphical installer.
> The problem is that it's not correct: speech synthesis is not available
> when the graphical installer is _running_, it is just available on
> the same images as those that have the graphical installer, for space
> reasons.

I think that doesn't invalidate my sentence.  After all, what is "the
graphical installer"?  For me it's a bigger initrd which provides the
option of a graphical frontend to the Debian Installer.  It provides
textual frontends as well, and falls back if it can't switch into
graphical mode.  Whether it runs in graphical mode or not isn't
particularly relevant for speakup users, I guess.  They just have to
find and start the correct installer version.

But anyway.  Maybe I've just got an unusual (or even wrong)
understanding of this.  The text is good either way, it's only
important that it's included in the release notes.  Thanks for
bringing speakup support this far!

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