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CHAPTER 6: ODDS 'N' ENDS

SECTION 1: KNOWN BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

1) Removing Tinytalk from memory occasionally locks the system up.

2) TTSTHING sometimes crashes when using WordPerfect.

3) When using the internal Dectalk, index markers are sometimes returned in
"bunches." This is due to a problem in Dec's code and is currently being
worked on by DEC.

SECTION 2: HOW TO GET IN TOUCH WITH US

We can be reached at:

OMS Development
1921 Highland Ave.
Wilmette, IL 60091
(708)251-5787

If you're not already a registered user of Tinytalk, please see the
accompanying file ORDER.DOC for information on how to become one.

We invite your comments and suggestions concerning Tinytalk whether or not
you're a registered user (though we usually can't return long-distance
calls from unregistered users). I can also be reached on Genie at
E.Bohlman, and the current shareware version can always be found on the
Runway BBS at 215-623-6203 (join conference 77).

SECTION 3: ABOUT OMS DEVELOPMENT

OMS Development has provided custom programming and hardware design,
computer consultation and training, system installation and maintenance and
similar services for over 12 years. Our work has included development of
Turbo Pascal database programs for the food brokerage industry, design of
hardware and control software for a sophisticated multi-link intercom
system, LAN maintenance and custom in-house programming for a large
collection agency, development of optometric instruments used in sports
vision training and statistical analysis of employee attitude surveys.
Contact us at (708)251-5787 for answers to all your systems needs.

Other shareware products from OMS Development include Search, a flexible
and fast free-form text retrieval system and Keycache, a TSR word expander
that greatly speeds up typing for users who have difficulty using a
keyboard. We also are dealers for the Doubletalk PC and Doubletalk LT
speech synthesizers from RC Systems and the Echo PC speech synthesizer from
Echo Speech Corporation (formerly Street Electronics).

Eric Bohlman
December 18, 1992