Re: Chinese Input Method similar to Windows IME?
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Hi. Well, I installed it on my Sid box to try it, and scim showed up
in the KDE tool-bar, I was able to right-click and run the config,
Japanese and Chinese showed up, great.
So I open Kwrite, and try as I might I cannot get anything to come up.
No key-combination (ctl-space as in the scim config), nothing works.
Can you suggest something I'm missing? The "help" file has nothing in
On Friday 17 March 2006 15:41, Ming Hua was heard to say:
> On Fri, Mar 17, 2006 at 03:29:59PM -0500, Curt Howland wrote:
> > Many thanks, I will give this a try and see how she likes it. It
> > looks like it handles Japanese also, which is important, and it
> > would be nice if there was a consistant interface for both.
> Hi Curt,
> [put scim maintainer hat on]
> Note that for native Japanese speakers, scim-anthy is a much better
> choice than scim-tables-ja. Unfortunately scim-anthy is not
> available in stable. You can, however, also have a look at
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