. For this reason, I would like to know if you where any closer to releasing a chrome plugin? What about a MS OneNote plugin? I use TextAloud a lot when I'm working on my master's thesis. it'd be nice to work in TextAloud with my research. I'm really tired of copying and pasting into word or your standalone program. it'd be nice to have the same intergration that I have in MS word which make my life so much better.
BTW, I used textaloud to proof read this post and it helped there too.
I use Chrome as well and I also use other software from time to time where I absolutely need TextAloud to read my selected text. My solution, often even when using Firefox, is to highlight the text and use keyboard shortcuts/hotkeys with TextAloud. It works very well for me and, as illustration, physical disability means I must do everything by voice. Tips:
In Google Chrome and much other software you can highlight any contiguous block of text by triple clicking. I use a macro with my speech recognition for the purpose but you can use your mouse or, I would suppose, other favorite macro program. Once you have a block of text highlighted you can extend the block using the usual suspect keys, such as the Shift key with arrow keys or, as an example of selecting from and including the current block to the end of the text, "Ctrl+Shift+End". Then use the TextAloud hotkey for reading the text.
I don't know about Microsoft OneNote but there are instances where this will not work. A sad example of this would be the web browser Opera. Otherwise, perhaps at least an interim solution for you.