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Re: scim chinese input under non GB2312 locale

make sure you have the symbol link at your home dir.

.xinput.d/default -> /etc/X11/xinit/xinput.d/scim
At need terminal (email openoffice or xterm), scim can be triggered by ctrl+space.
this works well for me with the LANG locale. I am using gnome.
$ echo $LANG

Good luck

On 5/4/06, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com > wrote:
Jens Petersen wrote:
> Stephen Liu wrote:
>> What I tried to find out is how to start editing Chinese on English
>> locale (in English environment).  I have been searchig around on the
>> Menu and unabled to find it
> To run scim by default in FC5 for non-Asian desktop sessions you need to
> make a symlink into .xinput.d (see the release-notes).

Good point.  This was mentioned at the start of this thread...but not by
Stephen.  I made the mistake of assuming that was known...and that
release notes are actually read.  :-)

BTW, did you go and check the issues with KDE and its lack of ability to
display some Simplified characters such as 钉?

One uses power by grasping it lightly.  To grasp with too much force is
to be
taken over by power, thus becoming its victim.

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