On Saturday 29 January 2005 20:14, Robert Tucker wrote: > Please could anyone set forth how to get SCIM to work with > OpenOffice， The GIMP or Java applications ? > > I have it working perfectly with Thunderbird, Firefox, AbiWord and > gedit. > > Selecting "Smart Pinyin" with OOo Writer etc just results in the > English/Roman characters being inserted into the document/text-field. For oo.o to work you need toset your LC_CTYPE environment variable to either zh_TW.UTF-8 or zh_CN.UTF-8. Unfortunately oo.o (and maybe some other apps) check for the LC_CTYPE if it is set to a chinese locale or not... The UI will still be english (or any other language you set as main LANG). Gimp2 works for me, but it may be the same issue like for oo.o. For Java, I don't know, as I haven't got any Java application to work correctly with Unicode or accepting chinese input. But my guess would be it depends on the Java interpreter (which one you use and the settings you installed it and you are running it with). Maybe it's best to take a look at the Java docs if they mention something in there... :) > > Afraid I would not be able to understand any answers in > Chinese.Arguably AbiWord and gedit should be enough for any > beginners' exercises I undertake in the language, but still it would > be nice to have SCIM working with OOo at this point. > > Using: Debian Sarge, Gnome 2.8.1 ok, works for me (except Java) as I described above. Cheers Arne -- Arne Götje (高盛華) <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Spam catcher. Address might change in future!) PGP/GnuPG key: 1024D/685D1E8C Fingerprint: 2056 F6B7 DEA8 B478 311F 1C34 6E9F D06E 685D 1E8C Key available at wwwkeys.pgp.net. Encrypted e-mail preferred.
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