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    How to edit speech message

    Is there a way to edit the messages of API plug in... English words pronounced by Italian are ridicolous...
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    also, if I change what my Default voice is in windows, RR never changes what voive it uses, anyone else have this same issue?
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    I can add extra settings for that.. if you use dynamic commands you can specify what you'd like the software to say... I'll post a list later, or maybe just make a simple config file to allow making custom skin commands with custom voices etc..

    I thought the Speech Control Panel was supposed to do that (allow changing the voice)... I'll double check..
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