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Re: [css3-speech] cue volume

From: fantasai <fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net>
Date: Wed, 06 Jul 2011 15:33:11 -0700
Message-ID: <4E14E2A7.8010405@inkedblade.net>
To: www-style@w3.org
On 07/06/2011 03:14 PM, Daniel Weck wrote:
> On 6 Jul 2011, at 22:56, fantasai wrote:
>> I'm wondering now, voice-volume controls the cue when
>> it's value is 'silent', but not when it's anything else. That seems
>> somewhat odd. Do we want cues linked to the voice-volume? Or should
>> they be independent? (It is *voice*-volume, after all.)
> We talked about this before: the problem is that in the "aural box
> model", the selected element is "decorated" with pause, rest and cue,
> so when the element itself is silent (well, its contents), its cues
> should be too (there is an analogy with margin, padding, and border
> => the element visibility impacts its "decorations" too).

Makes sense. Should shifts in the voice volume also affect cues?
Or optionally affect cues (e.g. if there's an 'auto' cue volume
then the difference between the voice-volume and 'medium' is applied
to the cue)?

Also how would cues be aligned with the voice volume, anyway? This
does seem to be important. Like, suppose my device is reading the
page in a loud environment. I've set my preferred volume ('medium')
to be loud, but the cues are all pre-recorded, so they will not be
loud. Then suppose I'm using my reader in a quiet environment. I
set the voice volume to be quiet. But the cues will still be loud.
Seems like a problem.

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