Interact with your Speaker.bot instance directly from Twitch chat!
- The following commands are made available by Speaker.bot automatically
|Get the current Speaker.bot application status.|
|How many voices (and by type) are available.|
|Pause or resume the TTS event queue.|
|Clear all pending events in the TTS event queue.|
|If TTS is currently speaking, stop only the current speech.|
|Toggle between needing a command to speak and saying everything.|
|List all available custom commands.|
|Disable the TTS engine.|
|Enable the TTS engine (if it has been disabled).|
|Sets the ignore status of the specified user.|
|List currently ignored users.|
|Add or remove user from being a regular.|
|Toggle speaking of all events (subs, cheer, etc).|
|Resets a user back to there default voice, typically used if sticky random is enabled.|
|Assigns a nickname to be said when enabled in the bot|
|Sets the sticky mode, if users are set to random, there first spoken voice will stick for the duration, unless reset using the above.|
|Will assign the last used voice to the user specified.|
|Sends to chat the information about your TwitchSpeaker instance.|
- Navigate to the
Custom Commandstab in Speaker.bot
Custom commands allow you to create TTS chat commands with a specified voice and user permissions configuration.
You can create a custom command by filling out the fields detailed below, then clicking the
Enter the name you want to use for this command.
Select the voice to use with this command.
Restrict this command to specific Twitch user roles.
To modify any existing command, select it in the list and change any fields you like.
To delete any existing command, select it in the list and then click the