Re: [NEWBIE] Japanese keyboard
I am trying to setup a keyboard for a phonetic
language (an Indian language) but have been
unsucessful in getting the keyboard programmed. The
issue is that the the current output keycode will not
only depend on the current key pressed, but also on
the previous key pressed. Do you know how I can get
the keyboard program to remember this? Any help/advice
on this matter will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
--- Christophe Jasiak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Thanks for your answer, i think that it will help
> but i'm trying to fix the
> kana key to directly use the hiragana keys ( ta, te,
> i, su, ka, n...). So if
> anybody know how to do this (if it's possible)...
> Thanks a lot for your help!
> Christophe "Mettez un pingouin dans votre PC" Jasiak
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Katsunori Hizawa" <nori@CAM.ORG>
> To: "Christophe Jasiak"
> Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2000 12:01 AM
> Subject: Re: [NEWBIE] Japanese keyboard
> > Christophe:
> > My reply is not directly related to your query,
> but all
> > you want to do is to be able to input Japanese
> from your
> > keyboard, I can tell you how I do it.
> > I use XEmacs-mule-canna-wnn and the keyboard setup
> is the
> > US keyboard. I run Canna. After starting XEmacs,
> > Mule > Select input method. Then type in
> > (without quotes). Canna will be initialzed.
> After that
> > I start typing the text phonetically and the
> program will
> > convert what I type into hiragana first
> > When I want Kanji, I press SPACE and I get what I
> > Simple, enough?
> > Katsunori Hizawa (email@example.com)
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