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#1 chassperry

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Posted 09 July 2017 - 01:05 PM

Every time I open ToolTip Tool NT on my Linux computer I receive the following error message:

 

Report the following:
VALUE ERROR
TXBar9[92] b ⎕wi 'list' ('-' Before ¨ Speak 'Voices')
^
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TXBar9[92] *
TxCtrl[134]
Start[83]

 

The application then goes ahead and opens, but when I try to save the module that I have been working on, nothing happens- no error message, no saved work on the module, nothing. I can continue to work on the module, but I just can't save it. I am running this application under Wine in LinuxMint 18 on an Acer laptop. Thank you for your help.



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Posted 09 July 2017 - 04:27 PM

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It is possible (probable?) that Wine does not implement the SAPI.SpVoice  object which is causing the startup error.  But as to saving a module, this error should not be causing that unless in the startup process, some other things did not get initialized, and/or there is an error occurring but being ignored and not reported.  You did not say what kind of module you were trying to save.  One thing you can check, and this is an obscure tool in TooltipToolNT, is open the "Calculator" (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+A) and type in:  #dm   Then press enter.  This will report that last "diagnostic message" stored in the program which might reflect what is happening when trying to save a module. 

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Posted 10 July 2017 - 08:57 PM

I am trying to save a Bible module. In Calculator, I typed in #dm and the following error code came up.

 

VALUE ERROR
SettingsTA[14]         ←IniString2 '[TTS]PATH'          TAPATH
                                                        ^

 

Thank you for all your help.



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Posted 10 July 2017 - 09:49 PM

Unfortunately, it does not help as that line of code is in a "TryAll" block which just skips that line if there is an error and since I suspect you do not have the application, "Text Aloud" (TA)  installed on your system, this line is just ignored.  Which menu item are you using to try to save the Bible module?


 
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Posted 11 July 2017 - 06:18 AM

I have tried saving the Bible module following the instructions in the the manual viz.

 

"To create the Bible module, click Modules on the main menu, select Bible from the
menu, and then choose Save Bible File book chap:verse (the second save option)."

 

I have also tried saving it using the first save option.  Neither one worked for me.



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Posted 11 July 2017 - 08:15 AM

I have tried saving the Bible module following the instructions in the the manual viz.

 

"To create the Bible module, click Modules on the main menu, select Bible from the
menu, and then choose Save Bible File book chap:verse (the second save option)."

 

I have also tried saving it using the first save option.  Neither one worked for me.

 

I have a quick question for you regarding your module, does it have the required header information at the top the module that looks like this:
 

#define description=DESC

#define abbreviation=ABBR

#define comments=CMTS

#define version=1

#define strong=0

#define right2left=0

#define ot=0

#define nt=1

#define font=DEFAULT

#define apocrypha=0

 

If this information is not present Tooltip cannot properly process the module, each type of module has a different set of these variables that are required for proper processing of the module



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Posted 11 July 2017 - 11:03 AM

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In addition to the header data, the formatting of the module must conform to Tooltip's format.  Can you post a sample of the data you are trying to build into a module?



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Posted 11 July 2017 - 05:13 PM

Here is a test copy of the header and data that I am trying to save.

 

#define description=Te Biblia Mo’a Ra (la Bible en la Langue Tahitienne)
#define abbreviation=Biblia Mo’a Ra
#define comments=Faufaa Tahito e te Faufaa Api Ra
#define version=1
#define strong=0
#define right2left=0
#define ot=1
#define nt=1
#define font=DEFAULT
#define apocrypha=0
÷Genese 1:1 Hamani ihora te Atua i te ra'i e te genua i te matamua ra
Genese 1:2 Te vai ano noa ra te fenua aore e fautaa, e te pouri hoi i nia iho i te iriatai: e na faaarepurepu ihora te Varua o te Atua i nia iho i te moana.
Genese 1:3 Ua parau inora te Atua, Ei maramarama: ua maramarama ihora.



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Posted 12 July 2017 - 08:45 AM

Here is a test copy of the header and data that I am trying to save.

 

#define description=Te Biblia Mo’a Ra (la Bible en la Langue Tahitienne)
#define abbreviation=Biblia Mo’a Ra
#define comments=Faufaa Tahito e te Faufaa Api Ra
#define version=1
#define strong=0
#define right2left=0
#define ot=1
#define nt=1
#define font=DEFAULT
#define apocrypha=0
÷Genese 1:1 Hamani ihora te Atua i te ra'i e te genua i te matamua ra
Genese 1:2 Te vai ano noa ra te fenua aore e fautaa, e te pouri hoi i nia iho i te iriatai: e na faaarepurepu ihora te Varua o te Atua i nia iho i te moana.
Genese 1:3 Ua parau inora te Atua, Ei maramarama: ua maramarama ihora.

 

Your use of the book name "Genese" might be the issue here as Tooltip has a specific list of book names and abbreviations and if a book name is not on the list Tooltip will not process the module. The easiest work around for this is to use the English names for the books as E-Sword only displays the first three letters for each book name 



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Posted 12 July 2017 - 11:36 AM

Yes, the abbreviations internally do not include "Genese", but can be added, or the source file changed to English.  Also Version would be 3,  version=3. 

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