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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For New York the doc says:
New York NY
CU 2012-02-19 n/a. Says the letters 2012-03-22 GizmoGuy411 A
New York Ny
CU 2012-02-19 New York 2012-03-22 GizmoGuy411 R
If I read that correctly, "NY
" says "enn why" (and it should be A
dded) and "Ny
" says "New York" but the recommendation is to R
The other thing I noticed while looking at the State List (and if I'm reading this wrong, please let me know) is that you want to add "Ct" to be "Connecticut" instead of "court" which is currently does. Being from Connecticut, we have many roads named "Something Court" and the USPS abbreviation is "Ct" for "Court" (but it's also missing from the "C" section of the list...