narrator | automation tool which will convert PDF | Document Editor library

 by   4lpha-x Python Version: Current License: MIT

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kandi X-RAY | narrator Summary

narrator is a Python library typically used in Editor, Document Editor applications. narrator has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. However narrator build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.

This is a automation tool which will convert PDF to audio-books. You can read any pdf in audio format. You can start reading from any page of the book. External module required: pyttsx3 and PyPDF2. Note: pyttsx3 won't work in Android so as the script. Now enter the inputs the program asking you for. You are free to edit and suggest new changes to this program. Thanks a lot.

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              narrator has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 6 star(s) with 1 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 0 open issues and 1 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 1 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of narrator is current.

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              narrator has no bugs reported.

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              narrator has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              narrator is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              narrator releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              narrator has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.

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            Community Discussions


            Composite label for checkbox
            Asked 2021-Jun-01 at 16:15

            I have this page:



            Answered 2021-May-31 at 09:09

            Based on your comment I think grouping the fields using fieldset and legend would be a better choice.



            Is there any difference between giving GL15.glBufferData() a float array or a FloatBuffer in LWJGL 3.0?
            Asked 2021-Mar-22 at 19:50

            I was recently watching a tutorial on writing an OpenGL game in Java with LWJGL. In it, the narrator/author first converts the float array from float[] to a FloatBuffer before giving it toGL15.glBufferData(). Initially I didn't think much of this, but I accidentally gave GL15.glBufferData() the float array directly instead of converting it to a FloatBuffer, and the code ended up working anyway. I looked up the documentation and it only says "Array version of: BufferData" as comment, which still leaves me uncertain.

            This leads me to wonder, is there any point of going through the effort to convert float[] to a FloatBuffer when calling GL15.glBufferData() in LWJGL 3.0 with Java 15, assuming the FloatBuffer was given its value by using FloatBuffer::put() and thus contains the same data?



            Answered 2021-Mar-22 at 19:19

            I would recommend using a float[] instead of a FloatBuffer because a float[] seems to work more, and it's exactly what you expect: an array of bytes on the stack. Also, behind the scenes, a FloatBuffer is really just a float[] so it doesnt matter TOO much at the end of the day. To continue off my point, converting a float[] to a FloatBuffer seems unnecessary and overly complicated.



            Audible Database Structure
            Asked 2021-Feb-07 at 14:33

            I have a class project that I need to show what kind of relational databases used in audible app. I don't have much background in this field and I don't even know how to start it. Databases that came to my mind:

            1. Users table: username, full_name, email, phone, password, subscription
            2. User Library table: username, book_title, date_added, location, status, favorites (yes/no)
            3. Books table: Author, Narrator, Lenght, Publisher, version (abridged/unabridged), Language, Rating, Release date, Summary (text)
            4. Book Rating table: book_title, username, rating, title, review, date

            I'm not sure if this is the right way and if I used the right columns and I would love to get some help and guidance with that.



            Answered 2021-Feb-07 at 14:33
            1. Reader: UserID, UserFullName, UserLogin, Email, Phone, Password
            2. Author : AuthorID, AuthorFullName, Email, Fax, Phone, HomeAddress ..
            3. Book: BookID, Title, Narrator, NumberOfPages, Language, Summary, AddedByID
            4. BookAuthorPulisher : AuthorID, BookID, PublisherID, Version, ReleaseDate //since a book can be written by many authors and can be published by many publishers
            5. Publisher : PublisherID, PublisherName, Phone, Fax, Email, Website..
            6. BookRating : BookID, ReaderID, Rating, Review, RatingDate



            Having content in a javascript created dialog read by a screen reader
            Asked 2021-Jan-08 at 13:22

            I am using the javascript library vex to output dialogs like this

            When I used this with a screen reader (narrator), that text is not read so I tried to change the javascript inside vex that manipulates the DOM.

            The resulting DOM became like this



            Answered 2021-Jan-08 at 13:19

            This is what role="alert" is for.

            It will interrupt a screen reader (as it is the equivalent of aria-live="assertive") with any immediately important information.

            As this is a dialog you may instead want to look at role="alertdialog" to replace your role="dialog".

            Additionally when you focus the alert don't make the "Login Failed!" text tabindex="0".

            Instead use tabindex="-1" so that you can still focus it programatically but it does not end up in the focus order of the page.

            The pattern you currently use will be tricky (not impossible) to get right as your "OK" (submit) button is within a form, so this will send screen readers into "forms mode", which behaves differently from normal reading mode.

            As such if you are able to create a custom component there is a great writeup from deque on how best to implement an alertdialog

            An example of the markup used there is as follows, notice the use of aria-describedby and aria-labelledby to maximise the chances of the alert being read correctly:



            AWS amplify Graph QL filter by book title and author name
            Asked 2021-Jan-06 at 03:30

            AWS amplify DynamoDB Graph QL filter by book title and author name

            i want to search books by book title and author name but my schema allow me to search books by book title and author ID not author name how i can achieve this.

            following is my graph ql schema



            Answered 2021-Jan-06 at 03:30

            If you are coming from the world of relational databases, this might seem like it should be trivial. In the world of DynamoDB it is more complex. You cannot create a @key that is linked to a @connection ( as far as I understand ). Some solutions to this problem:

            1: Add Author's Name to Book

            The author's name doesn't change typically, so you could do the below. Duplicating data is not frowned upon in DynamoDB/NoSQL world. This will give you a faster query as well.



            Change screen reader behavior for UWP TextBox?
            Asked 2020-Sep-04 at 08:16

            I have written a UserControl that works similar to a PasswordBox but is implemented with a TextBox. The control replaces characters as they are typed with a "dot" character and is used in situations where we don't want to display the actual contents. It is working as desired except that the screen reader will read each character that gets typed, which kind of defeats the purpose. In comparison, when the user types a character in a PasswordBox the Narrator program will say "hidden" instead of the key that was typed.

            Is there anything I can do to change the behavior of the screen reader as the user types keys into the TextBox? It would be great if I can have it say "hidden", but it would also be fine to have the screen reader say nothing. I looked at the properties on the AutomationProperties class but didn't see anything obvious.



            Answered 2020-Sep-04 at 08:16

            When you are writing a Windows app, the classes that you use for your UI already provide UI Automation support, it enables accessibility applications and assistive technologies, such as screen readers. The Automation for PasswordBox is PasswordBoxAutomationPeer, you can check the Default peer implementation and overrides in PasswordBoxAutomationPeer part, it overrides the IsPassword method which can prevent screen reader from reading characters.

            So you could derive a custom class from TextBox and add automation support for additional features that you enabled in your custom class. Then override OnCreateAutomationPeer so that it returns your custom peer. For example:



            Don't know how to protect the command from people without a role Discord.js
            Asked 2020-Jul-02 at 19:14

            I'm trying to limit a command to only @Narrator users, nothing I have seen works, always throw



            Answered 2020-Jul-02 at 19:14

            Since discord.js v12 you need to use the cache property to access a GuildMember's roles



            tag is not read by Windows Narrator
            Asked 2020-Jun-04 at 14:39

            Windows Narrator doesn't read legend tag inside fieldset. At the same time legend is read by NVDA and JAWS properly. Markup is the following:



            Answered 2020-Jun-04 at 14:39

            Screen reader support for has always been spotty, and it's very difficult if not impossible to target one piece of assistive technology (e.g. Narrator) while not affecting other applications (e.g. NVDA and JAWS).

            However, you can attempt to more explicitly convey the context of the legend element by inserting visually hidden text inside the label elements. This will supplement additional information for non-sighted users that isn't visible. Techniques include positioning content off-screen or using CSS clip-path.



            Scraping the entire website using beautiful soup. Any other better method is also appreciated
            Asked 2020-Jun-03 at 06:01

            I am trying to scrape In the website after selecting any 1 of the categories we can see set of books. In that page you only have book name mentioned. I want to fetch author, narrator, rating, category, bookid from the website which can be inspected by opening the individual book in new tab. Below is my code



            Answered 2020-Jun-02 at 08:04

            This script will get from the link all book URLs and from each URL get information about Author, Detail, Rating and BookID:



            How to find exactly "\n" in Python IDLE replace dialog?
            Asked 2020-Apr-24 at 19:55

            I'm a begginer in Python and one of the first codes I've made it's an RPG, so there's a lot of texts in strings being printed. Before I learned how to "word wrap", I used to test every string and put an "\n" in the right places, so it could be better to read the history in the console.

            But now I don't need those "\n" anymore, and it's been really laborious to replace each one of them using the Replace Dialog of Python IDLE. One of the problems is that I want to ignore double new lines ("\n\n"), because they do make the texts more presentable.

            So if I just search "\n" he finds it, but I want to ignore all the "\n\n".

            I tried using the "Regular expression" option and did a research with regex but with no success, since I'm completly new in this area. Tried some things like "^\n$" because, if I understood it right, the ^ and the $ delimit the search to what's between them.

            I think it's clear what I need, but will write an example anyways:



            Answered 2020-Apr-24 at 19:55

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            You can use narrator like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.


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