This is the problem I'm having too.
I can't get @Voice to read the pure gDoc (Google Document that is not converted into *.docx) files. I don't think Google saves the Google Doc files as actual files, though.
I get the feeling like we are somehow misinterpreting each other, though.
Here is my problem, worded as clearly as I can manage: I would appreciate it if your 'Add from Google Drive' functionality inside the @Voice Android app
would include any native Google Docs documents. Currently, it does not seem to include native Google Docs files that I place inside the /root/@Voice folder. It does, however, parse *.doc, *.docx and *.pdf files that I have placed inside the /root/@Voice folder. Here is my use case
: I copy Google Docs files to my /root/@Voice folder. These items do NOT
get read by the @voice Android app
. I would frigging love it if they did get read by my @voice Android app
. Please make them be read by my @voice Android app
's 'Add from Google Drive' functionality which I select from my Android App
Please observe the following example: EXAMPLE.
In this example, I have transformed chapter 91 until chapter 100 into *.docx files. Please note that these files read correctly (when I try to view them from the /root/@Voice/ folder seen through my @Voice Android app
It's the following 20 files (101 until 120) that do not read correctly (when I try to view them from the /root/@Voice/ folder seen through my @Voice Android app
I can download these files as *.docx files and read them correctly (into the @voice aloud Android app). Please note that this is not the problem I'm reporting here.
I'm reporting the problem of the fact that the files 101 - 120 do not load correctly inside my @voice Android app
without being first converted into another file type.
Please support the reading aloud of these file types without the need to convert them to another file format first (from my perspective).
Many thanks in advance,
post edited by Alkaliho - 2018/11/04 17:12:43