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Re: [tlug] Thnikpad x240 Japanese writing

On Sat, Aug 23, 2014 at 10:50:14AM +0900, rost52 wrote:
> I installed Antergos (based Arch Linux) on my Thinkpad x240. The x230 has a Japanese keyboard as it
> was purchased here. I want to use the 半角・全角 key to switch from English (default) to Japanese
> writing. I had a look at the ArchLinux documents and wander which Input method is the best
> What experience were made with SCIM, IBUS and UIM. combined with ANTHY ? Which method do you prefer
> and why?

Ibus is probably the most common of the three you mention now.  Scim is
fairly outdated. I've never used UIM.  On Arch, I used ibus-anthy or
ibus-mozc with little difficulty, though I haven't used Arch in awhile.

Scott Robbins
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