<b>Chrome Version : <Copy from: 'about:version'></b> URLs (if applicable) : https://output.jsbin.com/yodusi Other browsers tested: Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue: Safari: PASS (10.0.2) Firefox: PASS (50.1.0 - both macOS 10.12.1 and Windows 10 Pro) IE: N/A Edge: PASS (14.14393) What steps will reproduce the problem? (1) Open Chrome on Windows to the demo at https://output.jsbin.com/yodusi (2) Play paragraph 1 as a control. (3) Play paragraph 2, observe the voice cuts out early. What is the expected result? The entirety of the text is synthesized. What happens instead? The text is read for about 15 seconds, up to the phrase "I am not 100%" in this demo.
Jan 9 2017,
I'm sorry, I thought that the 'copy from about:version' tag in the bug template would be auto-filled. The Chrome version I'm using is: 55.0.2883.87
Jan 10 2017,
Jan 11 2017,
Able to reproduce this issue on Windows-7, 10 and Ubuntu 14.04 using chrome latest stable M55-55.0.2883.87 by following steps mentioned in the original comment. Observed the Speech Synthesis stops while reading the paragraph 2. Good build:55.0.2875.0 Bad build: 55.0.2877.0 Using the per-revision bisect providing the bisect results, You are probably looking for a change made after 421957 (known good), but no later than 421958 (first known bad). CHANGE-LOG URL: --------------------------------------- https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+log/6d6c7809c0fff72b92a8038b7d65909b7449d3da..f48913979bb58b7e4b8585b873392484241edb2c From the CL above, assigning the issue to the concern owner Review-Url: https://codereview.chromium.org/2364753002 dmazzoni@ - Could you please check whether this is caused with respect to your change, if not please help us in assigning it to the right owner. Thanks!
Jan 18 2017,
dmazzoni@: Friendly ping!! Could you please look into this issue & update the thread. Thaks in advance.
Feb 7 2017,
Hello, sorry to bother, but has there been any progress on this bug?
May 13 2017,
this issue is crucial, and should not be abandoned. we are talking about a bug that renders a big chunk of the users (people with disabilities) helpless. this is not fair for the exceptional website who go through the effort to make their website accessible.
Jun 17 2017,
Jul 22 2017,
i'm getting horrible reviews on my free extension  because of this bug. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/speak/nihmfkglncnpheihhidaanekobbdhbck/reviews
Jul 22 2017,
Wesam, I've found that you can work around this bug by chunking text or pause/play speech at regular intervals. Hope that helps.
Oct 3 2017,
I realize this feature may not get as many votes or be as useful to every person who uses the Internet, but the same can be said about wheelchair ramps. The customers we hear from who need this feature are school children. Please think of the children.
Oct 4 2017,
After upgrading to Chrome 61 (Version 61.0.3163.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)) this bug appears to be gone - at least the demo now passes. If someone else can confirm then I presume this issue can be marked as resolved, but it would also be nice to know if it was version 61 or another release that fixed it so the notes on caniuse.com can be updated to reflect the affected versions. Thank you, Jody
Oct 6 2017,
Confirmed working in Chrome 61 (Version 61.0.3163.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)) on Windows 10.
Dec 2 2017,
I can still repro this in Chrome 62.0.3202.94 on Ubuntu 17.04, following the instructions in #1.
Dec 15 2017,
Not currently on my radar
Jan 3 2018,
With Chrome version 63 (Linux) the problem is still present. There is a very simple fix. periodical call of speechsynthesis.pause();speechsynthesis.resume(); solve the problem.
Jan 30 2018,
Bug is still present in Chrome 64 on Ubuntu.
This still seems to happen in 71.0.3555.0 on Windows 10 RS5 latest.
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