One AwesomeTTS user is complaining about audio not stopping after moving to the next card: https://github.com/AwesomeTTS/awesometts-anki-addon/issues/145#issuecomment-721086798
is the handling of stop() not correct here ? https://github.com/AwesomeTTS/awesometts-anki-addon/blob/master/awesometts/ttsplayer.py#L160
Overall i’m pretty happy about the support for 3rd party TTS services in Anki, I was able to clean up a lot of AwesomeTTS code.
I’m not sure but maybe it’s because the user have not checked the checkbox Tools>Preferences>Basic>Interrupt current audio when answering.
It seems, yes,
stop() defined in SimpleProcessPlayer will never be called and audio won’t be interrupted.
Provided the audio file had already started playing, it should work - the audio file is injected into the queue, and gets played by the default player (mpv if not using the alternate version of Anki), so it should be interruptible. I seem to recall this working when the code was originally written, but perhaps something has broken, or my memory is faulty?