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It supports any Macintosh running System Software 6.0.7 or later.
It remained the recommended version for slower machines even after the release of Mac In Talk 3 and Pro. Apart from the standard adult voices "Ralph", "Fred" and "Kathy", and children's voices like "Princess" and "Junior", various novelty voices were included, like "Whisper", "Zarvox" (a robotic voice with melodic background sounds, with a similar voice called "Trinoids" also included), "Cellos" (a voice that sung its text to an Edvard Grieg tune, with similarly-singing voices like "Good News", "Bad News", "Pipe Organ"), "Albert" (a hoarse-sounding voice), "Bells", "Boing", "Bubbles", and others.
The Victoria voice was enhanced significantly in Mac OS X v10.3, and added as Vicki (Victoria was not removed).
Its size was almost 20 times greater, because of the higher-quality diphone samples used.
A new, much more natural-sounding voice, called "Alex" has been added to the Mac text-to-speech roster with the release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
The Speak selected text when key is pressed feature allows selected text from any application to be read via a key combination.
From Mac OS X 10.1 to Mac OS X 10.6, the feature would copy the selected text to the clipboard and read it from there.
From Mac OS X 10.7 to Mac OS X 10.10, a new implementation of the feature required software developers to implement a speech synthesis API into their applications.
The application will keep inviting prospective visitors, notifying you about incoming chats, whenever they are.
The result was "Plain Talk", released with the AV models in the Macintosh Quadra series from 1993.
It was made a standard system component in System 7.1.2, and has since been shipped on all Power PC and some other 68K Macintoshes. Compared to other methods of synthesizing speech, it is not very resource-intensive, but limits how natural the speech synthesis can be.
Plain Talk is the collective name for several speech synthesis (Mac In Talk) and speech recognition technologies developed by Apple Inc.
In 1990, Apple invested a lot of work and money in speech recognition technology, hiring many researchers in the field.
With the increase in computing power that the AV Macs and Power PC based Macintoshes provided, Apple could afford to increase the quality of the synthesis.