GizmoGuy411 wrote:AndyPoms wrote:I have several exits here in CT that say "N. Y. City"... I was listening closely today and I got "North Why City" through the TTS... Without me testing 75 variations, does anyone know a way to keep some form of "N. Y." (NY, N.Y., etc) for the display and get it to read "New York" in the TTS?
Thanks for your help,
Look at the abbreviation list linked in the lead post of this thread. I think it has been updated to include the abbreviation for New York that works.
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Webs101 wrote:Est is east in Quebec. It's grating to hear Waze say "estate" all the time.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:invented wrote:I think it's pronouncing "(E)" as "Eee" again. -.-
Really? That'd be nice. I've been changing many to 'e' (and 'n', 'w' or 's') as that was the only option which worked. Where did you hear/see this?
GizmoGuy411 wrote:Ill add it to the list to show obedience that actually works correctly. Is that the exact capitalization and punctuation?
jondrush wrote:How do I keep Penn St from being announces as Pennsylvania street?
xteejx wrote:Any chance we can have Saint back the way it was, ie St at the start. Annoying work if we have to change them all!
AndyPoms wrote:I can report that "St Mary St" in Hamden, CT says "Saint Mary Street" in TTS... I drove it twice to confirm... (Permalink)
AndyPoms wrote:jondrush wrote:How do I keep Penn St from being announces as Pennsylvania street?
Is it "Penn Street" or "Penn State" you are trying to do?
Are you sure "Penn" comes out as "Pennsylvania"? That style abbreviation isn't on the TTS test list for state names at all... I guess I'll have to add "Conn" to see if it comes out "Connecticut", although I'd think it either comes out "Conn" or "Connector"...
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