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12.209 emacspeak-wizards

Contains various wizards for the Emacspeak desktop.

12.209.1 emacspeak-wizards Commands

12.209.1.1 emacspeak-annotate-add-annotation

Command: emacspeak-annotate-add-annotation (&optional reset)
        Add annotation to the annotation working buffer.
Prompt for annotation buffer if not already set.
Interactive prefix arg ‘reset’ prompts for the annotation
buffer even if one is already set.
Annotation is entered in a temporary buffer and the
annotation is inserted into the working buffer when complete.

(fn &optional RESET)

12.209.1.2 emacspeak-clipboard-copy

Command: emacspeak-clipboard-copy (start end &optional prompt)
C-e C-c
<fn> C-c
        Copy contents of the region to the emacspeak clipboard. Previous
contents of the clipboard will be overwritten. The Emacspeak clipboard
is a convenient way of sharing information between independent
Emacspeak sessions running on the same or different machines. Do not
use this for sharing information within an Emacs session –Emacs’
register commands are far more efficient and light-weight. Optional
interactive prefix arg results in Emacspeak prompting for the
clipboard file to use. Argument START and END specifies
region. Optional argument PROMPT specifies whether we prompt for the
name of a clipboard file.

(fn START END &optional PROMPT)

12.209.1.3 emacspeak-clipboard-paste

Command: emacspeak-clipboard-paste (&optional paste-table)
C-e C-y
<fn> C-y
        Yank contents of the Emacspeak clipboard at point.
The Emacspeak clipboard is a convenient way of sharing information between
independent Emacspeak sessions running on the same or different
machines.  Do not use this for sharing information within an Emacs
session –Emacs’ register commands are far more efficient and
light-weight.  Optional interactive prefix arg pastes from
the emacspeak table clipboard instead.

(fn &optional PASTE-TABLE)

12.209.1.4 emacspeak-copy-current-file

Command: emacspeak-copy-current-file
C-e M-c
<fn> M-c
        Copy file visited in current buffer to new location.
Prompts for the new location and preserves modification time
  when copying.  If location is a directory, the file is copied
  to that directory under its current name ; if location names
  a file in an existing directory, the specified name is
  used.  Asks for confirmation if the copy will result in an
  existing file being overwritten.

12.209.1.5 emacspeak-curl

Command: emacspeak-curl (url)
        Grab URL using Curl, and preview it with a browser .

(fn URL)

12.209.1.6 emacspeak-customize

Command: emacspeak-customize
C-e C
<fn> C
Customize Emacspeak.

12.209.1.7 emacspeak-emergency-tts-restart

Command: emacspeak-emergency-tts-restart
C-e <insert>
<fn> <insert>
C-e x s
<fn> x s
For use in an emergency.
Will start TTS engine specified by
emacspeak-emergency-tts-server.

12.209.1.8 emacspeak-frame-label-or-switch-to-labelled-frame

Command: emacspeak-frame-label-or-switch-to-labelled-frame (&optional prefix)
C-e M-f
<fn> M-f
Switch to labelled frame.
With optional PREFIX argument, label current frame.

(fn &optional PREFIX)

12.209.1.9 emacspeak-kill-buffer-quietly

Command: emacspeak-kill-buffer-quietly
C-e C-t Q
<fn> C-t Q
        Kill current buffer without asking for confirmation.

12.209.1.10 emacspeak-learn-emacs-mode

Command: emacspeak-learn-emacs-mode
C-e <f1>
C-h C-l
<fn> <f1>
<f1> C-l
<help> C-l
        Helps you learn the keys.  You can press keys and hear what they do.
To leave, press C-g.

12.209.1.11 emacspeak-link-current-file

Command: emacspeak-link-current-file
C-e M-l
<fn> M-l
        Link (hard link) file visited in current buffer to new location.
Prompts for the new location and preserves modification time
  when linking.  If location is a directory, the file is copied
  to that directory under its current name ; if location names
  a file in an existing directory, the specified name is
  used.  Signals an error if target already exists.

12.209.1.12 emacspeak-links

Command: emacspeak-links (url)
        Launch links on  specified URL in a new terminal.

(fn URL)

12.209.1.13 emacspeak-lynx

Command: emacspeak-lynx (url)
        Launch lynx on  specified URL in a new terminal.

(fn URL)

12.209.1.14 emacspeak-next-frame-or-buffer

Command: emacspeak-next-frame-or-buffer (&optional frame)
<C-right>
Move to next buffer.
With optional interactive prefix arg ‘frame’, move to next frame instead.

(fn &optional FRAME)

12.209.1.15 emacspeak-previous-frame-or-buffer

Command: emacspeak-previous-frame-or-buffer (&optional frame)
<C-left>
Move to previous buffer.
With optional interactive prefix arg ‘frame’, move to previous frame instead.

(fn &optional FRAME)

12.209.1.16 emacspeak-select-this-buffer-next-display

Command: emacspeak-select-this-buffer-next-display
C-e <C-<right>
<fn> <C-<right>
        Select this buffer as displayed in a ‘next’ frame.
See documentation for command
‘emacspeak-select-this-buffer-other-window-display’ for the
meaning of ‘next’.

12.209.1.17 emacspeak-select-this-buffer-other-window-display

Command: emacspeak-select-this-buffer-other-window-display (&optional arg)
        Switch  to this buffer as displayed in a different frame.  Emacs
allows you to display the same buffer in multiple windows or
frames.  These different windows can display different
portions of the buffer.  This is equivalent to leaving a
book open at multiple places at once.  This command allows you to
move to the places where you have left the book open.  The
number used to invoke this command specifies which of the
displays you wish to select.  Typically you will have two or
at most three such displays open.  The current display is 0,
the next is 1, and so on.  Optional argument ARG specifies
the display to select.

(fn &optional ARG)

12.209.1.18 emacspeak-select-this-buffer-previous-display

Command: emacspeak-select-this-buffer-previous-display
C-e <C-<left>
<fn> <C-<left>
        Select this buffer as displayed in a ‘previous’ window.
See documentation for command
‘emacspeak-select-this-buffer-other-window-display’ for the
meaning of ‘previous’.

12.209.1.19 emacspeak-show-property-at-point

Command: emacspeak-show-property-at-point (&optional property)
C-e M-p
<fn> M-p
Show value of PROPERTY at point.
If optional arg property is not supplied, read it interactively.
Provides completion based on properties at point.
If no property is set, show a message and exit.

(fn &optional PROPERTY)

12.209.1.20 emacspeak-show-style-at-point

Command: emacspeak-show-style-at-point
C-e M-v
<fn> M-v
        Show value of property personality (and possibly face) at point.

12.209.1.21 emacspeak-skip-blank-lines-backward

Command: emacspeak-skip-blank-lines-backward
<S-up>
Move backward  across blank lines.
The line under point is   then spoken.
Signals beginning  of buffer.

12.209.1.22 emacspeak-skip-blank-lines-forward

Command: emacspeak-skip-blank-lines-forward
<S-down>
Move forward across blank lines.
The line under point is then spoken.
Signals end of buffer.

12.209.1.23 emacspeak-speak-popup-messages

Command: emacspeak-speak-popup-messages
C-h M
<f1> M
<help> M
Pop up messages buffer.
If it is already selected then hide it and try to restore
previous window configuration.

12.209.1.24 emacspeak-speak-telephone-directory

Command: emacspeak-speak-telephone-directory (&optional edit)
C-e x t
<fn> x t
Lookup and display a phone number.
With prefix arg, opens the phone book for editing.

(fn &optional EDIT)

12.209.1.25 emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-next-display

Command: emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-next-display
C-e <right>
<fn> <right>
        Speak this buffer as displayed in a ‘previous’ window.
See documentation for command
‘emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-other-window-display’ for the
meaning of ‘next’.

12.209.1.26 emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-other-window-display

Command: emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-other-window-display (&optional arg)
C-e /
<fn> /
        Speak this buffer as displayed in a different frame.  Emacs
allows you to display the same buffer in multiple windows or
frames.  These different windows can display different
portions of the buffer.  This is equivalent to leaving a
book open at places at once.  This command allows you to
listen to the places where you have left the book open.  The
number used to invoke this command specifies which of the
displays you wish to speak.  Typically you will have two or
at most three such displays open.  The current display is 0,
the next is 1, and so on.  Optional argument ARG specifies
the display to speak.

(fn &optional ARG)

12.209.1.27 emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-previous-display

Command: emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-previous-display
C-e <left>
<fn> <left>
        Speak this buffer as displayed in a ‘previous’ window.
See documentation for command
‘emacspeak-speak-this-buffer-other-window-display’ for the
meaning of ‘previous’.

12.209.1.28 emacspeak-ssh-tts-restart

Command: emacspeak-ssh-tts-restart
C-e <delete>
C-e <(deletechar>
<fn> <delete>
<fn> <(deletechar>
Restart specified ssh tts server.

12.209.1.29 emacspeak-symlink-current-file

Command: emacspeak-symlink-current-file
C-e M-s
<fn> M-s
        Link (symbolic link) file visited in current buffer to new location.
Prompts for the new location and preserves modification time
  when linking.  If location is a directory, the file is copied
  to that directory under its current name ; if location names
  a file in an existing directory, the specified name is
  used.  Signals an error if target already exists.

12.209.1.30 emacspeak-view-emacspeak-news

Command: emacspeak-view-emacspeak-news
C-e N
<fn> N
        Display emacspeak News for a given version.

12.209.1.31 emacspeak-view-emacspeak-tips

Command: emacspeak-view-emacspeak-tips
C-e T
<fn> T
Browse  Emacspeak productivity tips.

12.209.1.32 emacspeak-wizards-add-autoload-cookies

Command: emacspeak-wizards-add-autoload-cookies (&optional f)
Add autoload cookies to file f.
Default is to add autoload cookies to current file.

(fn &optional F)

12.209.1.33 emacspeak-wizards-alpha-vantage-quotes

Command: emacspeak-wizards-alpha-vantage-quotes (ticker &optional custom)
        Retrieve stock quote data from Alpha Vantage. Prompts for ‘ticker’
— a stock symbol. Optional interactive prefix arg ‘custom’ provides
access to the various functions provided by alpha-vantage.

(fn TICKER &optional CUSTOM)

12.209.1.34 emacspeak-wizards-bash-completion-toggle

Command: emacspeak-wizards-bash-completion-toggle
        Toggle bash completion from package bash-completion in this shell.

12.209.1.35 emacspeak-wizards-braille

Command: emacspeak-wizards-braille (s)
Insert Braille string at point.

(fn S)

12.209.1.36 emacspeak-wizards-byte-compile-current-buffer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-byte-compile-current-buffer
byte compile current buffer

12.209.1.37 emacspeak-wizards-cleanup-shell-path

Command: emacspeak-wizards-cleanup-shell-path
        Cleans up duplicates in shell path env variable.

12.209.1.38 emacspeak-wizards-color-at-point

Command: emacspeak-wizards-color-at-point
C-h ,
<f1> ,
<help> ,
        Echo foreground/background color at point.

12.209.1.39 emacspeak-wizards-color-diff-at-point

Command: emacspeak-wizards-color-diff-at-point (&optional set)
C-h \
<f1> \
<help> \
        Meaningfully speak difference between background and foreground color at point.
With interactive prefix arg, set foreground and background color first.

(fn &optional SET)

12.209.1.40 emacspeak-wizards-color-wheel

Command: emacspeak-wizards-color-wheel (start)
C-e x c
<fn> x c
        Interactively manipulate a simple color wheel and display the name
  and shade of the resulting color.  This makes for a fun color
  exploration tool with verbal descriptions of the colors from package
  name-this-color. Prompts for a color from which to start exploration.

Keyboard Commands During Interaction:
Up/Down: Increase/Decrement along current axis using specified step-size.
=: Set value on current axis to number read from minibuffer.
Left/Right: Switch color axis along which to move.
b/f: Quit  wheel after setting background/foreground color to current value.
n: Read color name from minibuffer.
c: Complement  current color.
s: Set stepsize to number read from minibuffer.
q: Quit color wheel, after copying current hex value to kill-ring.

(fn START)

12.209.1.41 emacspeak-wizards-colors

Command: emacspeak-wizards-colors
C-e x C
<fn> x C
        Display list of colors and setup a callback to activate color
under point as either the foreground or background color.

12.209.1.42 emacspeak-wizards-comma-at-end-of-word

Command: emacspeak-wizards-comma-at-end-of-word
        Move to the end of current word and add a comma.

12.209.1.43 emacspeak-wizards-count-slides-in-region

Command: emacspeak-wizards-count-slides-in-region (start end)
Count slides starting from point.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.44 emacspeak-wizards-customize-saved

Command: emacspeak-wizards-customize-saved (pattern)
C-h C-s
<f1> C-s
<help> C-s
        Customize saved options matching ‘pattern’.  This command enables
updating custom settings for a specific package or group of packages.

(fn PATTERN)

12.209.1.45 emacspeak-wizards-cycle-to-next-buffer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-cycle-to-next-buffer
C-, n
C-x @ a n
Cycles to next buffer having same mode.

12.209.1.46 emacspeak-wizards-cycle-to-previous-buffer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-cycle-to-previous-buffer
C-, p
C-x @ a p
        Cycles to previous buffer having same mode.

12.209.1.47 emacspeak-wizards-display-pod-as-manpage

Command: emacspeak-wizards-display-pod-as-manpage (filename)
        Create a virtual manpage in Emacs from the Perl Online Documentation.

(fn FILENAME)

12.209.1.48 emacspeak-wizards-dvi-display

Command: emacspeak-wizards-dvi-display
        Called to set up preview of an DVI file.
Assumes we are in a buffer visiting a .DVI file.
Previews those contents as text and nukes the buffer
visiting the DVI file.

12.209.1.49 emacspeak-wizards-dvi-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-dvi-mode
Major mode for browsing DVI files.

DVI files  are converted to text and previewed using text mode.

This mode runs the hook ‘emacspeak-wizards-dvi-mode-hook’, as the final or penultimate step
during initialization.

key             binding
—             ——-

12.209.1.50 emacspeak-wizards-end-of-word

Command: emacspeak-wizards-end-of-word (arg)
move to end of word

(fn ARG)

12.209.1.51 emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-matching-commands

Command: emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-matching-commands (pattern)
        Return list of commands whose names match pattern.

(fn PATTERN)

12.209.1.52 emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-matching-faces

Command: emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-matching-faces (pattern)
Enumerate  faces matching pattern.

(fn PATTERN)

12.209.1.53 emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-obsolete-faces

Command: emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-obsolete-faces
        utility function to enumerate old, obsolete maps that we have still
mapped to voices.

12.209.1.54 emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-uncovered-commands

Command: emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-uncovered-commands (pattern &optional bound-only)
        Enumerate unadvised commands matching pattern.
Optional interactive prefix arg ‘bound-only’
filters out commands that dont have an active key-binding.

(fn PATTERN &optional BOUND-ONLY)

12.209.1.55 emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-unmapped-faces

Command: emacspeak-wizards-enumerate-unmapped-faces (&optional pattern)
        Enumerate unmapped faces matching pattern.

(fn &optional PATTERN)

12.209.1.56 emacspeak-wizards-espeak-line

Command: emacspeak-wizards-espeak-line
        Speak line using espeak polyglot wizard.

12.209.1.57 emacspeak-wizards-espeak-region

Command: emacspeak-wizards-espeak-region (start end)
        Speak region using ESpeak polyglot wizard.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.58 emacspeak-wizards-espeak-string

Command: emacspeak-wizards-espeak-string (string)
Speak string in lang via ESpeak.
Lang is obtained from property ‘lang’ on string, or  via an interactive prompt.

(fn STRING)

12.209.1.59 emacspeak-wizards-eww-buffer-list

Command: emacspeak-wizards-eww-buffer-list
Display list of open EWW buffers.

12.209.1.60 emacspeak-wizards-execute-asynchronously

Command: emacspeak-wizards-execute-asynchronously (key)
C-. a
C-' a
C-x @ s a
        Read key-sequence, then execute its command on a new thread.

(fn KEY)

12.209.1.61 emacspeak-wizards-execute-emacspeak-command

Command: emacspeak-wizards-execute-emacspeak-command (command)
C-e M-x
<fn> M-x
        Prompt for and execute an Emacspeak command.

(fn COMMAND)

12.209.1.62 emacspeak-wizards-finance-google-search

Command: emacspeak-wizards-finance-google-search (ticker)
Google Finance Search

(fn TICKER)

12.209.1.63 emacspeak-wizards-find-emacspeak-source

Command: emacspeak-wizards-find-emacspeak-source
        Like find-file, but binds default-directory to emacspeak-directory.

12.209.1.64 emacspeak-wizards-find-file-as-root

Command: emacspeak-wizards-find-file-as-root (file)
        Like ‘ido-find-file, but automatically edit the file with
root-privileges (using tramp/sudo), if the file is not writable by
user.

(fn FILE)

12.209.1.65 emacspeak-wizards-find-grep

Command: emacspeak-wizards-find-grep (glob pattern)
Run compile using find and grep.
Interactive  arguments specify filename pattern and search pattern.

(fn GLOB PATTERN)

12.209.1.66 emacspeak-wizards-find-longest-line-in-region

Command: emacspeak-wizards-find-longest-line-in-region (start end)
C-e x =
<fn> x =
Find longest line in region.
Moves to the longest line when called interactively.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.67 emacspeak-wizards-find-longest-paragraph-in-region

Command: emacspeak-wizards-find-longest-paragraph-in-region (start end)
Find longest paragraph in region.
Moves to the longest paragraph when called interactively.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.68 emacspeak-wizards-find-shortest-line-in-region

Command: emacspeak-wizards-find-shortest-line-in-region (start end)
Find shortest line in region.
Moves to the shortest line when called interactively.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.69 emacspeak-wizards-finder-find

Command: emacspeak-wizards-finder-find (directory)
        Run find-dired on specified switches after prompting for the
directory to where find is to be launched.

(fn DIRECTORY)

12.209.1.70 emacspeak-wizards-finder-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-finder-mode
Emacspeak Finder

This mode runs the hook ‘emacspeak-wizards-finder-mode-hook’, as the final or penultimate step
during initialization.

key             binding
—             ——-

12.209.1.71 emacspeak-wizards-fix-read-only-text

Command: emacspeak-wizards-fix-read-only-text (start end)
Nuke read-only property on text range.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.72 emacspeak-wizards-fix-typo

Command: emacspeak-wizards-fix-typo (ext word correction)
        Search and replace  recursively in all files with extension ‘ext’
for ‘word’ and replace it with correction.
Use with caution.

(fn EXT WORD CORRECTION)

12.209.1.73 emacspeak-wizards-frame-colors

Command: emacspeak-wizards-frame-colors
        Display frame’s foreground/background color seetting.

12.209.1.74 emacspeak-wizards-gen-fn-decl

Command: emacspeak-wizards-gen-fn-decl (f &optional ext)
        Generate declare-function call for function ‘f’.
Optional interactive prefix arg ext says this comes from an
external package.

(fn F &optional EXT)

12.209.1.75 emacspeak-wizards-generate-finder

Command: emacspeak-wizards-generate-finder
        Generate a widget-enabled finder wizard.

12.209.1.76 emacspeak-wizards-generate-voice-sampler

Command: emacspeak-wizards-generate-voice-sampler (step)
        Generate a buffer that shows a sample line in all the ACSS settings
for the current voice family.

(fn STEP)

12.209.1.77 emacspeak-wizards-get-table-content-from-file

Command: emacspeak-wizards-get-table-content-from-file (file depth count)
        Extract table specified by depth and count from HTML
content at file.
Extracted content is sent to STDOUT.

(fn FILE DEPTH COUNT)

12.209.1.78 emacspeak-wizards-get-table-content-from-url

Command: emacspeak-wizards-get-table-content-from-url (url depth count)
        Extract table specified by depth and count from HTML
content at URL.
Extracted content is placed as a csv file in task.csv.

(fn URL DEPTH COUNT)

12.209.1.79 emacspeak-wizards-google-headlines

Command: emacspeak-wizards-google-headlines
C-. C-n
C-' C-n
C-x @ s C-n
        Display just the headlines from Google News for fast loading.

12.209.1.80 emacspeak-wizards-google-news

Command: emacspeak-wizards-google-news
C-. n
C-' n
C-x @ s n
        Clean up news.google.com for  skimming the news.

12.209.1.81 emacspeak-wizards-google-transcode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-google-transcode
View Web through Google Transcoder.

12.209.1.82 emacspeak-wizards-how-many-matches

Command: emacspeak-wizards-how-many-matches (start end &optional prefix)
C-e x h
<fn> x h
If you define a file local variable
called ‘emacspeak-occur-pattern’ that holds a regular expression
that matches  lines of interest, you can use this command to conveniently
run ‘how-many’ to count  matching header lines.
With interactive prefix arg, prompts for and remembers the file local pattern.

(fn START END &optional PREFIX)

12.209.1.83 emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-financials

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-financials (symbol &optional refresh)
Show financials for specified ticker.
Checks cache, then makes API call if needed.
Optional interactive prefix arg refreshes cache.

(fn SYMBOL &optional REFRESH)

12.209.1.84 emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-news

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-news (symbol &optional refresh)
Show news for specified ticker.
Checks cache, then makes API call if needed.
Optional interactive prefix arg refreshes cache.

(fn SYMBOL &optional REFRESH)

12.209.1.85 emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-price

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-price (symbol)
C-, q
C-x @ a q
        Quick Quote: Just stock price from IEX Trading.

(fn SYMBOL)

12.209.1.86 emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-quote

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-show-quote (&optional refresh)
C-. q
C-' q
C-x @ s q
Show portfolio  data from cache.
Optional interactive prefix arg forces cache refresh.

The quotes view uses emacspeak’s table mode.
In addition,  the following  keys are available :

F: Show financials for current stock.
N: Show news for current stock.
P: Show live price for current stock.

(fn &optional REFRESH)

12.209.1.87 emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-financials

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-financials
        Show financials for symbol in current row

12.209.1.88 emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-google-finance

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-google-finance
Lookup this ticker on Google Finance

12.209.1.89 emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-news

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-news
Show news for symbol in current row

12.209.1.90 emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-price

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iex-this-price
Show price for symbol in current row

12.209.1.91 emacspeak-wizards-iheart

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iheart (q)
C-, i
C-x @ a i
        Perform IHeart Radio search and display clickable results.

(fn Q)

12.209.1.92 emacspeak-wizards-iheart-radio-play

Command: emacspeak-wizards-iheart-radio-play (id)
        Play specified   station from IHeart Radio.

(fn ID)

12.209.1.93 emacspeak-wizards-insert-elisp-prefix

Command: emacspeak-wizards-insert-elisp-prefix
Insert package prefix for current file.

12.209.1.94 emacspeak-wizards-lacheck-buffer-file

Command: emacspeak-wizards-lacheck-buffer-file
Run Lacheck on current buffer.

12.209.1.95 emacspeak-wizards-load-current-file

Command: emacspeak-wizards-load-current-file
load file into emacs

12.209.1.96 emacspeak-wizards-mlb-standings

Command: emacspeak-wizards-mlb-standings (&optional raw)
Display MLB standings as of today.
Optional interactive prefix arg shows  unprocessed results.

(fn &optional RAW)

12.209.1.97 emacspeak-wizards-move-and-speak

Command: emacspeak-wizards-move-and-speak (command count)
        Speaks a chunk of text bounded by point and a target position.
Target position is specified using a navigation command and a
count that specifies how many times to execute that command
first.  Point is left at the target position.  Interactively,
command is specified by pressing the key that invokes the
command.

(fn COMMAND COUNT)

12.209.1.98 emacspeak-wizards-nba-standings

Command: emacspeak-wizards-nba-standings (&optional raw)
Display NBA standings as of today.
Optional interactive prefix arg shows  unprocessed results.

(fn &optional RAW)

12.209.1.99 emacspeak-wizards-next-bullet

Command: emacspeak-wizards-next-bullet
Navigate to and speak next ‘bullet’.

12.209.1.100 emacspeak-wizards-next-interactive-defun

Command: emacspeak-wizards-next-interactive-defun
        Move point to the next interactive defun

12.209.1.101 emacspeak-wizards-next-shell

Command: emacspeak-wizards-next-shell
Switch to next shell.

12.209.1.102 emacspeak-wizards-noaa-weather

Command: emacspeak-wizards-noaa-weather (&optional ask)
C-; w
C-e x w
<fn> x w
C-x @ h w
        Display weather information using NOAA Weather API.
Data is retrieved only once, subsequent calls switch to previously
displayed results. Kill that buffer or use an interactive prefix
arg (C-u) to get new data.  Optional second interactive prefix
arg (C-u C-u) asks for location address; Default is to display
weather for ‘gweb-my-address’.  

(fn &optional ASK)

12.209.1.103 emacspeak-wizards-occur-header-lines

Command: emacspeak-wizards-occur-header-lines (&optional prefix)
C-e x o
<fn> x o
        If you define a file local variable called
‘emacspeak-occur-pattern’ that holds a regular expression that
matches header lines, you can use this command to conveniently
run ‘occur’ to find matching header lines. With prefix arg,
prompts for and sets value of the file local pattern.

(fn &optional PREFIX)

12.209.1.104 emacspeak-wizards-pdf-open

Command: emacspeak-wizards-pdf-open (filename &optional ask-pwd)
C-; p
C-x @ h p
Open pdf file as text.
Optional interactive prefix arg ask-pwd prompts for password.

(fn FILENAME &optional ASK-PWD)

12.209.1.105 emacspeak-wizards-popup-input-buffer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-popup-input-buffer (mode)
        Provide an input buffer in a specified mode.

(fn MODE)

12.209.1.106 emacspeak-wizards-ppt-display

Command: emacspeak-wizards-ppt-display
        Called to set up preview of an PPT file.
Assumes we are in a buffer visiting a .ppt file.
Previews those contents as HTML and nukes the buffer
visiting the ppt file.

12.209.1.107 emacspeak-wizards-ppt-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-ppt-mode
Major mode for browsing PPT slides.

PPT files  are converted to HTML and previewed using a browser.

In addition to any hooks its parent mode ‘text-mode’ might have run,
this mode runs the hook ‘emacspeak-wizards-ppt-mode-hook’, as the final or penultimate step
during initialization.

key             binding
—             ——-

12.209.1.108 emacspeak-wizards-previous-bullet

Command: emacspeak-wizards-previous-bullet
        Navigate to and speak previous ‘bullet’.

12.209.1.109 emacspeak-wizards-previous-shell

Command: emacspeak-wizards-previous-shell
Switch to previous shell.

12.209.1.110 emacspeak-wizards-quick-weather

Command: emacspeak-wizards-quick-weather
        Bring up weather forecast for current location.

12.209.1.111 emacspeak-wizards-quote

Command: emacspeak-wizards-quote (&optional refresh)
C-e x q
<fn> x q
        Top-level dispatch for looking up Stock Market information.

Key:Action
f: Financials
G: finance Google Search
n: News
p: Price
q: Quotes

(fn &optional REFRESH)

12.209.1.112 emacspeak-wizards-rivo

Command: emacspeak-wizards-rivo (when channel stop-time output directory)
Rivo wizard.
Prompts for relevant information and schedules a rivo job using
  UNIX At scheduling facility.
RIVO is implemented by rivo.pl —
 a Perl script  that can be used to launch streaming media and record
   streaming media for  a specified duration.

(fn WHEN CHANNEL STOP-TIME OUTPUT DIRECTORY)

12.209.1.113 emacspeak-wizards-rpm-query-in-dired

Command: emacspeak-wizards-rpm-query-in-dired
Run rpm -qi on current dired entry.

12.209.1.114 emacspeak-wizards-scratch

Command: emacspeak-wizards-scratch
C-. SPC
C-' SPC
C-x @ s SPC
        Switch to *scratch* buffer, creating it if necessary.

12.209.1.115 emacspeak-wizards-set-colors

Command: emacspeak-wizards-set-colors
        Interactively prompt for foreground and background colors.

12.209.1.116 emacspeak-wizards-shell

Command: emacspeak-wizards-shell (&optional prefix)
C-; s
C-x @ h s
        Run Emacs built-in ‘shell’ command when not in a shell buffer, or
when called with a prefix argument. When called from a shell buffer,
switches to ‘next’ shell buffer. When called from outside a shell
buffer, find the most ‘appropriate shell’ and switch to it. Once
switched, set default directory in that target shell to the directory
of the source buffer.

(fn &optional PREFIX)

12.209.1.117 emacspeak-wizards-shell-by-key

Command: emacspeak-wizards-shell-by-key (&optional prefix)
C-e x 9
C-e x 8
C-e x 7
C-e x 6
C-e x 5
C-e x 4
C-e x 3
C-e x 2
C-e x 1
C-e x 0
<fn> x 9
<fn> x 8
<fn> x 7
<fn> x 6
<fn> x 5
<fn> x 4
<fn> x 3
<fn> x 2
<fn> x 1
<fn> x 0
        Switch to shell buffer by key. This provides a predictable means for
  switching to a specific shell buffer. When invoked from a
  non-shell-mode buffer that is visiting a file, invokes ‘cd ’ in the
  shell to change to the value of ‘default-directory’ — if called with  a
  prefix-arg. When already in a shell buffer,
  interactive prefix arg ‘prefix’ causes this shell to be re-keyed if
  appropriate — see M-x emacspeak-wizards-shell-re-key for an
  explanation of how re-keying works.

(fn &optional PREFIX)

12.209.1.118 emacspeak-wizards-shell-command-on-current-file

Command: emacspeak-wizards-shell-command-on-current-file (command)
C-e &
<fn> &
        Prompts for and runs shell command on current file.

(fn COMMAND)

12.209.1.119 emacspeak-wizards-shell-directory-reset

Command: emacspeak-wizards-shell-directory-reset
C-. .
C-' .
C-e x .
<fn> x .
C-x @ s .
        Set current directory to this shell’s initial directory if one was defined.

12.209.1.120 emacspeak-wizards-shell-directory-set

Command: emacspeak-wizards-shell-directory-set
C-e x ,
<fn> x ,
        Define current directory as this shell’s project directory.

12.209.1.121 emacspeak-wizards-shell-toggle

Command: emacspeak-wizards-shell-toggle
C-e <f11>
C-; j
<fn> <f11>
C-x @ h j
Switch to the shell buffer and cd to
 the directory of the current buffer.

12.209.1.122 emacspeak-wizards-show-commentary

Command: emacspeak-wizards-show-commentary (&optional file)
        Display commentary. Default is to display commentary from current buffer.

(fn &optional FILE)

12.209.1.123 emacspeak-wizards-show-defined-voices

Command: emacspeak-wizards-show-defined-voices
        Display a buffer with sample text in the defined voices.

12.209.1.124 emacspeak-wizards-show-environment-variable

Command: emacspeak-wizards-show-environment-variable (v)
        Display value of specified environment variable.

(fn V)

12.209.1.125 emacspeak-wizards-show-eval-result

Command: emacspeak-wizards-show-eval-result (form)
M-ESC :
        Convenience command to pretty-print and view Lisp evaluation results.

(fn FORM)

12.209.1.126 emacspeak-wizards-show-face

Command: emacspeak-wizards-show-face (face)
        Show salient properties of specified face.

(fn FACE)

12.209.1.127 emacspeak-wizards-show-memory-used

Command: emacspeak-wizards-show-memory-used
        Convenience command to view state of memory used in this session so far.

12.209.1.128 emacspeak-wizards-speak-iso-datetime

Command: emacspeak-wizards-speak-iso-datetime (iso)
Make ISO date-time speech friendly.

(fn ISO)

12.209.1.129 emacspeak-wizards-spot-words

Command: emacspeak-wizards-spot-words (ext word)
        Searches recursively in all files with extension ‘ext’
for ‘word’ and displays hits in a compilation buffer.

(fn EXT WORD)

12.209.1.130 emacspeak-wizards-squeeze-blanks

Command: emacspeak-wizards-squeeze-blanks (start end)
C-e x |
<fn> x |
        Squeeze multiple blank lines in current buffer.

(fn START END)

12.209.1.131 emacspeak-wizards-sunrise-sunset

Command: emacspeak-wizards-sunrise-sunset (address &optional arg)
        Display sunrise/sunset for specified address.

(fn ADDRESS &optional ARG)

12.209.1.132 emacspeak-wizards-swap-fg-and-bg

Command: emacspeak-wizards-swap-fg-and-bg
C-h =
<f1> =
<help> =
Swap foreground and background.

12.209.1.133 emacspeak-wizards-term

Command: emacspeak-wizards-term (create)
C-; a
C-x @ h a
        Switch to an ansi-term buffer or create one.
With prefix arg, always creates a new terminal.
Otherwise cycles through existing terminals, creating the first
term if needed.

(fn CREATE)

12.209.1.134 emacspeak-wizards-terminal

Command: emacspeak-wizards-terminal (program)
        Launch terminal and rename buffer appropriately.

(fn PROGRAM)

12.209.1.135 emacspeak-wizards-tex-tie-current-word

Command: emacspeak-wizards-tex-tie-current-word (n)
Tie the next n  words.

(fn N)

12.209.1.136 emacspeak-wizards-thanks-mail-signature

Command: emacspeak-wizards-thanks-mail-signature
        insert thanks , –Raman at the end of mail message

12.209.1.137 emacspeak-wizards-toggle-mm-dd-yyyy-date-pronouncer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-toggle-mm-dd-yyyy-date-pronouncer
        Toggle pronunciation of mm-dd-yyyy dates.

12.209.1.138 emacspeak-wizards-toggle-yyyymmdd-date-pronouncer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-toggle-yyyymmdd-date-pronouncer
        Toggle pronunciation of yyyymmdd  dates.

12.209.1.139 emacspeak-wizards-tramp-open-location

Command: emacspeak-wizards-tramp-open-location (name)
Open specified tramp location.
Location is specified by name.

(fn NAME)

12.209.1.140 emacspeak-wizards-tune-in-radio-browse

Command: emacspeak-wizards-tune-in-radio-browse (&optional category)
C-, t
C-x @ a t
Browse Tune-In Radio.
Optional interactive prefix arg ‘category’ prompts for a category.

(fn &optional CATEGORY)

12.209.1.141 emacspeak-wizards-tune-in-radio-search

Command: emacspeak-wizards-tune-in-radio-search
C-, s
C-x @ a s
Search Tune-In Radio.

12.209.1.142 emacspeak-wizards-unhex-uri

Command: emacspeak-wizards-unhex-uri (uri)
UnEscape URI

(fn URI)

12.209.1.143 emacspeak-wizards-units

Command: emacspeak-wizards-units
C-e x u
<fn> x u
Run units in a comint sub-process.

12.209.1.144 emacspeak-wizards-vc-n

Command: emacspeak-wizards-vc-n
Accelerator for VC viewer.

12.209.1.145 emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer

Command: emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer (console)
C-e x v
<fn> x v
        View contents of specified virtual console.

(fn CONSOLE)

12.209.1.146 emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-mode
        Major mode for interactively viewing virtual console contents.

key             binding
—             ——-

C-l             emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-refresh

This mode runs the hook ‘emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-mode-hook’, as the final or penultimate step
during initialization.

12.209.1.147 emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-refresh

Command: emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-refresh
Refresh view of VC we’re viewing.

12.209.1.148 emacspeak-wizards-vi-as-su-file

Command: emacspeak-wizards-vi-as-su-file (file)
        Launch sudo vi on specified file in a terminal.

(fn FILE)

12.209.1.149 emacspeak-wizards-view-buffers-filtered-by-m-player-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-view-buffers-filtered-by-m-player-mode
C-; :
C-x @ h :
Buffer menu filtered by  m-player mode.

12.209.1.150 emacspeak-wizards-view-buffers-filtered-by-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-view-buffers-filtered-by-mode (mode)
        Display list of buffers filtered by specified mode.

(fn MODE)

12.209.1.151 emacspeak-wizards-view-buffers-filtered-by-this-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-view-buffers-filtered-by-this-mode
C-. m
C-' m
C-, c
C-x @ a c
C-x @ s m
        Buffer menu filtered by  mode of current-buffer.

12.209.1.152 emacspeak-wizards-voice-sampler

Command: emacspeak-wizards-voice-sampler (personality)
        Read a personality  and apply it to the current line.

(fn PERSONALITY)

12.209.1.153 emacspeak-wizards-wc-2018

Command: emacspeak-wizards-wc-2018 (team)
        Display Soccer World Cup Card From Google.

(fn TEAM)

12.209.1.154 emacspeak-wizards-web-clean-up-processes

Command: emacspeak-wizards-web-clean-up-processes
C-; /
C-x @ h /
Delete stale Web connections.

12.209.1.155 emacspeak-wizards-xl-display

Command: emacspeak-wizards-xl-display
Called to set up preview of an XL file.
Assumes we are in a buffer visiting a .xls file.
Previews those contents as HTML and nukes the buffer
visiting the xls file.

12.209.1.156 emacspeak-wizards-xl-mode

Command: emacspeak-wizards-xl-mode
        Major mode for browsing XL spreadsheets.

XL Sheets are converted to HTML and previewed using a browser.

In addition to any hooks its parent mode ‘text-mode’ might have run,
this mode runs the hook ‘emacspeak-wizards-xl-mode-hook’, as the final or penultimate step
during initialization.

key             binding
—             ——-

12.209.1.157 emacspeak-wizards-yql-lookup

Command: emacspeak-wizards-yql-lookup (symbols)
        Lookup quotes for specified stock symbols.
Symbols are separated by whitespace.

(fn SYMBOLS)

12.209.1.158 emacspeak-wizards-yql-quotes

Command: emacspeak-wizards-yql-quotes
Display quotes using YQL API.
Symbols are taken from ‘emacspeak-wizards-personal-portfolio’.

12.209.2 emacspeak-wizards Options

Variable: User Option emacspeak-clipboard-file

File used to save Emacspeak clipboard. The emacspeak clipboard provides a convenient mechanism for exchanging information between different Emacs sessions.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-curl-cookie-store

Cookie store used by Curl.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-emergency-tts-server

TTS server to use in an emergency. Set this to a TTS server that is known to work at all times. If you are debugging another speech server and that server gets wedged for some reason, you can use command emacspeak-emergency-tts-restart to get speech back using the reliable TTS server. It’s useful to bind the above command to a convenient key.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-speak-telephone-directory

File holding telephone directory. This is just a text file, and we use grep to search it.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-speak-telephone-directory-command

Command used to look up names in the telephone directory.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-ssh-tts-server

SSH TTS server to use by default.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-alpha-vantage-api-key

API Key used to retrieve stock data from alpha-vantage. Visit https://www.alphavantage.co/support/#api-key to get your key.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-curl-program

Name of curl executable.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-dvi2txt-program

Program for converting dvi to txt. Set this to nil if you do not want to use the DVI wizard.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-find-switches-that-need-quoting

Find switches whose args need quoting.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-find-switches-widget

Widget to get find switch.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-iex-quotes-row-filter

Template used to audio-format rows.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-links-program

Name of links executable.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-lynx-program

Lynx executable.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-pdf-to-text-options

options to Command for running pdftotext.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-pdf-to-text-program

Command for running pdftotext.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-personal-portfolio

Set this to the stock tickers you want to check. Default is GAFA. Tickers are separated by white-space and are automatically sorted in lexical order with duplicates removed when saving.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-ppthtml-program

Program for converting PPT to HTML. Set this to nil if you do not want to use the PPTHTML wizard.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-project-shells

List of shell-name/initial-directory pairs.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-spot-words-extension

Default file extension used when spotting words.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-tramp-locations

Tramp locations used by Emacspeak tramp wizard. Locations added here via custom can be opened using command emacspeak-wizards-tramp-open-location bound to M-x emacspeak-wizards-tramp-open-location.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-vc-viewer-command

Command line for dumping out virtual console. Make sure you have access to /dev/vcs* by adding yourself to the appropriate group. On Ubuntu and Debian this is group ‘tty’.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-xlhtml-program

Program for converting XL to HTML. Set this to nil if you do not want to use the XLHTML wizard.

Variable: User Option emacspeak-wizards-yql-quotes-row-filter

Template used to audio-format rows.


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