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Re: uim-xim help/guide

On Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 03:09:09AM +0900, TOKUNAGA Hiroyuki wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 01:49:57 +1100
> Paul.Hampson@anu.edu.au (Paul Hampson) wrote:

> > I'm still trying to work out what the various other uim-* binaries and
> > uim-gnome-applet's file do, but I suspect that running blackbox means
> > they're pretty much unhelpful to me... Especially the Gnome applet.
> > :-)

> > If I get time, I may decided to see if I can arrange a dock-type
> > applet(if it's simple :-) for blackbox, although I'd then have to kill
> > auto-hide.

> If you can compile uim from source, there are some other alternatives.

> In the helper/ directory, there are uim-helper-toolbar-gtk and
> uim-helper-toolbar-gtk-systray. uim-helper-toolbar-gtk works standalone
> and indicates state of input method. uim-helper-toolbar-gtk-systray is
> also indicates state of input method, but it contained to system tray.

The Debian package uim-gtk2.0 includes those, but it just displays a
'?'. I've got the source to 0.2.8 here, so I'll have a look and see if I
can work out what's going wrong, and also if I can create one that goes
into the dock. If I run uim-helper-toolbar-gtk-systray it isn't visible
at all, which doesn't surprise me since I'm not running gnome.  (I'm
assuming that's what uim-helper-toolbar-gtk-system is for.)

Paul "TBBle" Hampson, MCSE
6th year CompSci/Asian Studies student, ANU
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