Japanese Input with iiimf
powderkeg at snow.email.ne.jp
Fri Jun 3 06:02:36 UTC 2005
Jens Petersen wrote:
> Mark Sargent wrote:
>> Jens Petersen wrote:
>> On that page, it talks about locales. And, it seems to me, to use the
>> input tool, u gotta be in Japanese locale, to use J. Have I
>> misunderstood it.?
> This is no longer true with modern Input Methods like iiimf.
> You can switch to Japanese even if you running iiimf with
> LANG=en_US.UTF-8 say
> using the gnome panel applet. Though if you want always to input in
> Japanese by
> default, you could for instance set
> say in "~/.i18n".
>> And, just in case, although I doubt it, that someone who wrote the
>> faq is reading, that's a terrible faq..It speaks to you as if you are
>> a techy person, right off the bat. An avergae user would be stumped,
>> to say the least.
> Thanks for the feedback - suggests on how to improve it are welcome. :)
Jens, sorry, was having a bad hair day. Is that the only official page
for info on this..? Is there some sort of TUT for setting it up, step by
step.? Perhaps if so, then the FAQ is okay as is. Anyway, I got it
installed, but, no input in Thunderbird as yet. Cheers.
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