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KMOUTH(1)		       KDE User's Manual		     KMOUTH(1)

NAME
       kmouth -	A type-and-say front end for speech synthesizers

SYNOPSIS
       kmouth [filename]

DESCRIPTION
       KMouth is an application	that enables persons that cannot speak to let
       their computers speak. It includes a history of spoken sentences	from
       which the user can select sentences to be re-spoken.

       Note that KMouth	does not include speech	synthesizer. Instead it
       requires	a speech synthesizer installed in the system.

OPTIONS
       filename
	   The history file to open.

SEE ALSO
       espeak(1), festival(1), mbrola(1), freetts(1)

       More detailed user documentation	is available from help:/kmouth (either
       enter this URL into Konqueror, or run khelpcenter help:/kmouth).

       There is	also further information available at the KDE Accessibility
       project web site[1].

AUTHORS
       KMouth was written by Gunnar Schmi Dt <kmouth@schmi-dt.de>.

AUTHOR
       Lauri Watts <lauri@kde.org>
	   Author.

NOTES
	1. KDE Accessibility project web site
	   https://community.kde.org/Accessibility

KDE Applications Applications	  2018-01-03			     KMOUTH(1)

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