While trying to determine a solution to How to use Web Speech API at chromium? found that   var voices = window.speechSynthesis.getVoices();   returns an empty array for voices identifier.   Not certain if lack of support at chromium browser is rel...
How to use SpeechSynthesisUtterance() and window.speechSynthesis.speak() at chromium browser?  var msg = new SpeechSynthesisUtterance( "Hello I am browser" ); window.speechSynthesis.speak( msg );   yields no output at system speakers.   Issue...
Previous questions have presented this same or similar inquiry   Can Web Speech API used in conjunction with Web Audio API? How to access audio result from Speech Synthesis API? Record HTML5 SpeechSynthesisUtterance generated speech to file generate...
I am trying to test webspeech-api of firefox but encountering an error in the console saying ReferenceError: SpeechRecognition is not defined.  I have even enabled media.webspeech.recognition.enable and media.webspeech.synth.enabled flags in about:co...
I am doing a POC and my requirement is that I want to implement the feature like OK google or Hey Siri on browser.  I am using the Chrome Browser's Web speech api. The things I noticed that I can't continuous the recognition as it terminates...
After reading the documentation of webkitSpeechRecognition (voice recognition in Javascript) I tried to implement it in Angular 2.  But when I did this:  const recognition = new webkitSpeechRecognition();   TypeScript say this error:   [ts] Cannot fi...
I need your help I have no idea how to fix my issue. I have app writen in ionic and I use annyang to Speech Recognition to listen what user said and response for that.  It's working pretty good on web - using ionic serve, but when I run it on and...
I have this problem where in firefox the speech gets cut off if the page is auto-refreshed, but in google chrome it finishes saying the speech even if the page is auto-refreshed. How do I fix it so that the speech doesn't get cut off in firefox e...
In examples for the Web Speech API, a grammar is always specified. For example, in MDN's colour change example, the grammar is:  #JSGF V1.0; grammar colors; public <color> = aqua | azure | beige | bisque | black | blue | brown | chocolate |...
I am using webkitSpeechRecognition instance to access the native speech recognition in Chrome. The problem is that the Web Speech API specification does not cover the topic of profanity filtering, yet Google's Speech API, by default, has the prof...

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