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Re: any better chinese input method?


Thanks, I figured it out too. I installed the pinyin package, but
the strange thing is that I can type and choose chinese characters
in SCIM, but the chosen characters won't go into the target applications,
like gedit or vi.

I think it might be because I am using non-official XF 4.3.

Again, can SCIM embed itself in the panel? I think the gtkimmodule
package might be for that usage, but how to use it?

Thanks again,


On Mon, 21 Apr 2003 Anthony Fok wrote :
> On Sun, Apr 20, 2003 at 09:58:19PM -0500, Min Xu(Hsu) wrote:
> > Is there any document for SCIM? I installed the debs from Anthony's
> > server, but there is no pinyin method, and I don't know how to added
> > it to the gnome panel. :-(
> You have to install this too:
>     http://foka.dnsalias.net/~foka/scim/scim-chinese_0.2.0-1_i386.deb
> or 
> That is the "non-free" smart Pinyin input method.  Non-free as in no
> source code and no commercial use, but you may use it for personal use
> at no cost.
> I still need to fix some of my own packaging errors before uploading
> the packages to the Debian archive.  I apologize for my procrastination.
> Cheers,
> Anthony
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