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What's Keeping You On Windows?

joemiah I need.. (3212 comments)

.. a global IME as good as that in W2k/WinXP. I know bits of Thai, Chinese and Japanese, and would really like to be able to type all these languages into the same document without messing around with three different input programs.

Truth be told, I'd also like the IME to be easy to set up, and usable without having to switch the locale and having everything change languages. I installed Redhat 8 a couple of days ago, and it came with a nice Gnome Language panel applet that should give me Thai Kedmanee support. Shame it doesn't seem to do anything by default; xcin is also on here, as is kinput2, but there was nothing obvious telling me about the existence of these programs.

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