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From: Daniel O'Sullivan <dan@voicexl.com>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 09:49:01 -0400
To: <www-voice@w3.org>
Message-ID: <AJEFJHLNCLGCNCBGHCLFIEJPCKAA.dan@voicexl.com>
Hi,

I noticed that part of the VXML 2.0 spec. on Accessibility
reads as follows:

"Enable users to control the length of time before timeout,
the speaking rate of synthesized speech, and other such
variables that provide a little extra time to respond or
complete an input action, particularly when the VoiceXML
Interpreter Context has detected that the user is using an
ancillary device instead of listening or speaking. These are
especially useful for users with cognitive disabilities."

My question is:

how does the VXML spec support controlling "the speaking
rate of synthesized speech" in the above context?

Best regards,

Daniel O'Sullivan

Interactive Digital
Featuring VoiceXLtm IVR Self-Service Optimization

dan@voicexl.com
www.voicexl.com

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