Keyano is a graphical front end for popular Unix applications such as play, aplay, festival, and fortune. It has the ability to turn your PC into a audio/visual sampler that works similar to samplers now in use by DJs. It also includes vocal dictionary and text reader capabilities, as well as a spelling Tutorial and an early version of a chatter bot (in alphabet mode you can: type "A B C" and it says them out loud while it shows letters on screen).
|Tags||Text Processing Linguistic multimedia Graphics Sound/Audio education|
Release Notes: A male voice was added to ABC's mode.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to turn features off using command line flags. A number game has been added to bot mode (not finished). A command line options parser has been added for things like --version and --help 0.1.3-pre4. A Makefile is included for "make install". Icons are included for the installer.
Release Notes: Old developers' notes and comments were removed. Unused or broken functions were removed. Help documentation browsing was improved with included HTML files, which are still imcomplete. A "Define" button was added to Dictionary Mode. The "Read from File" button was added to "Say It" mode. Scrollbars were added to the TextAreas. A bug that caused a segfault when too much text was added to the Text Area was fixed. Dictionary checking was added to the bot. The "whats up" function was removed from the bot.
Release Notes: This release fixes a GTK import bug and a plugins.dictclient import bug, adds a first version of HTML docs, and adds a bugfix for GTK main quit(), along with several other minor bugfixes. The virtual keyboard was improved, a new Chatter Bot mode was introduced, the fortune teller mode was improved with a text view area, and user defined Default settings are now stored and remembered for subsequent restarts.
No changes have been submitted for this release.