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Redacted reviewed on 27 Nov 2013
Still no support for Mavericks. Application does not even appear in Applications folder after running the installer.
[Version 2.2]



burypromote

Redacted reviewed on 06 Jun 2011
DEVELOPER SITE NO LONGER EXISTS.
[Version 1.0]



burypromote

Redacted reviewed on 18 Jan 2011
Neat idea, but it just doesn't work. I just get the white cube on a black background with no text. This is the same case whether I use the default settings or my own. Using Snow Leopard. What am I doing wrong?
[Version 1.0]



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redacted commented on 04 Apr 2009
Outstanding application. Now, any book can be an audio book with Say It Save It and the Alex voice on Leopard. This capability was still considered science fiction not that many years ago.

Fast, and runs very well on Quad Core 2.66 GHz Mac Pro. However, on our PPC iMac G5, the application doesn't seem to recognize the Alex voice when Alex is set in System Preferences>Speech, and the menu items in the app's Preferences sidebar are all greyed out, including the choice of voices. What I might do is attempt to edit the preferences file manually, or copy the preferences file from the Mac Pro to the G5.

Meanwhile, we copy our text files through our LAN to the Mac Pro, run them through Say It Save It, and then directly transfer them back over the LAN into an iPod connected to the G5 by dragging the Mp3 file produced by SISI right onto the iPod's menu item in the Devices menu section of iTunes. It's an extra step because of an iPhone usually connected to the Mac Pro, but well worth the effort because the speed is so much faster on the Mac Pro.

Overall, this app opens up tremendous possibilities, and enables "reading" and learning that otherwise would never fit into my busy schedule. Even my dogs get many more walks now because I'm listening to the SISI-processed files always on my iPod, and we're all losing weight!

Bravo, and big thanks to the developer for his fine work.
[Version 2.1]



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