Based on this <a href="https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2018/236/" target="_blank">WWDC2018 video</a>, we can dynamically change how words are pronounced in AVSpeechSynthesizer.<a href="https://i.stack.imgur.com/f23e9.png" target="_blank"><img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/f23e9.png"></a>
Based on this WWDC2018 video, we can dynamically change how words are pronounced in AVSpeechSynthesizer.
I'm trying to do that in my Xamarin App, but I can't find the accessibilitySpeechIPANotationconstant.
In the doc of NSMutableAttributedString.AddAttribute(...) it says that the constants can be found here: UIKit.UIStringAttributeKey. Yet the one I'm looking for isn't there.
Does anyone know what the actual string value of the constant is? Or even better, where I can find in in Xamarin.iOS?
(My app uses xamarin.ios v4.0.30319, if the constant is in a newer version of the framework, I'll update it, but google doesn't seem to give me any result when I search for it.)
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