Re: small katakana with kinput2?
Niklas Matthies <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Sat, Nov 25, 2000 at 08:39:39AM +0900, Koichi Kawamata wrote:
> > Niklas Matthies <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > Is there a way to enter small katakana characters when using kinput2?
> > Ctrl-N will change enterd hiragana into kanakana if you use canna.
> Well, I guess that's not what I mean (and currently I'm using wnn, I
> believe). I'm talking about the small characters that are used when
> transscribing english words in katakana. For example, "software" in
> katakana is written SO-FU-TO-U-e-A, where the "e" is not the
> regular-sized katakana-E, but a smaller version of it. I'd like to have
> a way to enter those small characters (without having to know their raw
> JIS code).
enter the letter 'x' and then the character.. like: teximi-...