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Re: [tlug] Correction: Re: epcEditor

A correction below:

[Jim Breen (Re: [tlug] Re: epcEditor) writes:]
>> OK, how do I do Japanese input in Tcl/Tk. Here is a little test program:
>> 	tk useinputmethods 1
>> 	set ntext " 日本語 (にほんご)"
>> 	label .jpl -text $ntext
>> 	button .jp -text $ntext
>> 	entry .jpe -textvariable ntext
>> 	entry .jpx -textvariable text
>> 	pack .jpl .jp .jpe .jpx
>> I have cannaserver running, and kinput2 running with the "-xim" option.
>> I lunch a fresh kterm with the "-xim" option and with XMODIFIERS set to
>> "". I set LC_CTYPE to ja_JP.
>> I launch wish with that tcl script. A box with the four lines 
>> correctly displaying the Japanese appears.
>> How to I type Japanese into the text box? The usual Ctrl-space or
>> Ctrl-\ sequences do nothing. I can't even paste into it.

I meant "Shift-space".

According to the
app-defaults file is /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2 and it

*XimpProtocol.ForceDefaultServer: true
! X Input Method Protocol
*IMProtocol.locales: ja_JP.SJIS, ja_JP.EUC, ja_JP, japanese, japan, ja
! common to XimpProtocol and IMProtocol
*defaultFontList: -misc-fixed-medium-r-normal--14-*-*-*-c-*
*ConversionStartKeys: Shift<Key>space


Jim Breen  []
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Clayton VIC 3800, Australia      ジム・ブリーン@モナシュ大学

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