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How to prevent app from reading html tags in uploaded articles

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2020/11/14 16:14:04 (permalink)

How to prevent app from reading html tags in uploaded articles

This is a recent problem. It occurs with pretty much everything I upload from the web suddenly.

It will read the html style tags. It won't show them unless i go to edit the text. But I am kind of sick of hearing it say "i" before and after italicized text.

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    Re: How to prevent app from reading html tags in uploaded articles 2020/11/15 05:09:33 (permalink)
    You have probably defined some speech replacements, under @Voice Settings menu - Edit speech, and some of them are incorrect and cause this problem. Disable them all and test reading aloud. It will work normally. Then, if you want, turn them one by one and test each time, until you find bad entries and delete them.
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    Re: How to prevent app from reading html tags in uploaded articles 2020/11/18 20:32:17 (permalink)
    Thanks! The problem has been resolved.

    I had set a rules that told it to ignore < and > at some point. (I think I was listening to old IRC chat transcripts at some point and the usernames were enclosed in them. Deleting those rules didn't work immediately but they did after I reloaded the article.
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    Re: How to prevent app from reading html tags in uploaded articles 2020/11/28 05:27:46 (permalink)
    The < and > characters (and a few more) are not typed directly in HTML text. Instead the code "&lt;" is used for < and "&gt;" for >. If you want to ignore them, your would need to replace &lt; and &gt; respectively.
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