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Re: [tlug] Debian 7.1 New User / General Advice?
- Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2013 23:20:32 +0900
- From: Lyle H Saxon <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: [tlug] Debian 7.1 New User / General Advice?
- References: <CACDLhbbQOXx_A=gS77bzbG7-cSLysxVy9E136j2RVXWQeH3UPA@mail.gmail.com> <CADLSRd4DabhBSiukE+yvwYWoF_q05StexirAe8he3hOkgLSODA@mail.gmail.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Tue, Oct 8, 2013 at 7:56 PM, Hideki Yamane <email@example.com> wrote: > No, fonts-vlgothic. ttf-* is transitional package and gone. > And fonts-ipafont-gothic/mincho package is also good. > # Trust me, I'm those font package maintainer in Debian :) > > I recommend to use mozc, not anthy. mozc is "Google 日本語入力" opensource > version, developed by some Japanese input experts in Google (and one developer > was main developer for anthy). Unfortunately, anthy development has stopped > over years. I did the lazy thing and trashed my first installation and re-installed Debian as a clean install in Japanese. English menus would have been more to my liking, but this works and Japanese input is working fine これは日本語なのじゃ！ 万歳！！, although I would prefer [Ctrl]+[Space] rather than [Shift]+[Space] to toggle into and out of Japanese input. It's easy to find applications with the drop-down menu from アプリケーション as well. Interesting that Debian is now much easier to use than Ubuntu! Lyle
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