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text to speech extension for Firefox

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WebTTS is a free, open source text to sppech (TTS) extension for Firefox. What does it means? You can listen the content of the webpage!! WebTTS is based on FreeTTS, therefore needs Java to run. You can download the Java Runtime Environment at: http://ja

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Speech

License

BSD License

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Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript, Java

Registered

2007-04-25

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