Re: input methods -- xcin or chinput
curt> Then I started up xcin and rxvt -- I was able to enter pinyin just like
curt> I wanted. Fantastic! It also works for me in xemacs.
You get it. Congratulations!
curt> I'm having problems with regular emacs, however.
I think you also can do it in emacs since emacs do support XIM by a patch
which I mentioned before in the ML.
curt> The input method suggested below, "C-x RET C-\ chinese-py-b5", does seem
curt> to work, but the fonts displayed aren't correct. All I get are little
curt> white boxes and rectangles. Is there a way to set the fonts correctly
curt> for regular emacs (not xemacs)?
One way: add "Emacs.Font: fontset-standard" in ~/.Xresources