When the voices option is on, the calculator is reading a few messages. Various options allow controlling this reading:
  • The Language option allows controlling the language along with the accent. As of version 1.0, English, French, and Italian are supported all with the French accent.
  • When the spelling option is on, result numbers are spelled digit by digit when the = key is pressed.
  • When the spelling option is off, result numbers are read using standard rules of the selected language.
  • When the spelling option is off, the fractional part of numbers is read up to 3 digits.
  • When a division by 0 occurs the "Oh la la" message is read.
  • When "Oh la la" mode is on, the result of "0+0" is read as "La tête à toto", pretty much the same all french children know it. Also, when the absolute value of a result is greater than 1000 then the "Oh la la" message is read.
Clouseau calc supports the following language/accent combinations: