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12.108 emacspeak-jss

jss connects Emacs to browsers that support the webkit debugging protocol. You can use this to connect to a running Chrome or Firefox. Make sure to start chrome with the correct command-line flag: e.g., on Linux: google-chrome –remote-debugging-port=9222 You can get Emacs package jss from here: url = git://github.com/segv/jss.git Make sure to first install the websocket package from elpa. This package speech-enables jss for Emacspeak users. This is what I use alongside package Kite at present when developing/debugging ChromeVox. ChromeVox == http://google-axs-chrome.googlecode.com http://chromevox.com

12.108.1 emacspeak-jss Options

Variable: User Option voice-jss-console-debug-message

Personality used for jss-console-debug-message This personality uses voice-smoothen whose effect can be changed globally by customizing voice-smoothen-settings.

Variable: User Option voice-jss-console-error-message

Personality used for jss-console-error-message This personality uses voice-animate-extra whose effect can be changed globally by customizing voice-animate-extra-settings.

Variable: User Option voice-jss-console-log-message

Personality used for jss-console-log-message This personality uses voice-monotone whose effect can be changed globally by customizing voice-monotone-settings.

Variable: User Option voice-jss-console-warn-message

Personality used for jss-console-warn-message This personality uses voice-animate whose effect can be changed globally by customizing voice-animate-settings.