Re: Combined or separate speech/braille solution?

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I think a combined approach is best.  I mean for nerds like me I like to
have them both running and I would want them both to know what each other
are doing yet I would also want them to act on their own if needed.

Ken /whistler

On Fri, 19 Mar 1999, Hans Zoebelein wrote:

> I'm simply asking:
> what is the better approach: a combined speech/braille server
> or speech and braille as separated systems. Or perhaps a third 
> solution:  a speech and a braille server who "know it" when
> there is a "brother" server running (and therefore could interact)
> --Hans   
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