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Re: [tlug] Thnikpad x240 Japanese writing
- Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2014 17:00:21 +0900
- From: rost52 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: [tlug] Thnikpad x240 Japanese writing
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Thanks for the replies I received. Both replies indicate IBUS so I will use this again first try the combination with MOSC.I use on an old x40 Linux Mint Debian, with IBUS and Anthy. There this combination works perfectly well. Actually a bit more stable compared to IME on my XP machine and Outlook.ROSt On 2014-08-23 12:24, CL wrote:On 08/23/2014 10:50 AM, 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 + Mosc is the best setup I've found. It's the closest thing to MS IME (which is one of those things that MS did that actually works and they've never managed to break) in Linux. Once it's set up it just works.
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