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> Japanese Input In Kde, Need Japanese input in Western KDE
scchicago
post Dec 3 2003, 04:44 PM
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Okay, I've tried a Japanese locale of Linux and that hasn't even worked. I'm kinda stuck here.
I can't read much of the language, but I still need to be able to type it. I can't do this in Linux so that draws me back to Windows for my Japanese typing, which is a hassle. I would like to continue using a western version of KDE if at all possible, because I can't read the language very well. - Thanks!

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I use Mandrake Linux 9.1 and KDE 3. I need to get Japanese language input in at least my word processors, being KWrite and OpenOffice.


--Thanks to anyone who can help!
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jetblackz
post Dec 4 2003, 01:52 PM
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I do think MDK 9.1 has Japanese input and output support. When you install it, you can select packages manually. Also, you should check the Japanese language at the beginning.

Go to their site and do a search.

Plamo, based on Slackware, is a Japanese distro. Go to my site for details.


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