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Any (simplified) Chinese language users managed to get SCIM working with OpenOffice? It is working fine in other applications including AbiWord but no joy in OOo. I'm not a particularly good Chinese reader/writer so am finding it difficult finding any help online - am guessing there will be loads of stuff available in Chinese out there!
Check if you have XMODIFIER set to =@im=SCIM (case matters) before you start Open Office. Most likly thats all you need to get it work. This is what I have to get my applications including Open Office to work.
export LANG=zh_TW # I use traditional font
export LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8 # I still want to menus to be in english
export XMODIFIERS=@im=SCIM # again case MATTERS.
I just installed scim-pinyin, scim-tables & scim-chewing on a Mandriva 2005 (Mandrake 10.2), and Chinese input works like a charm in OOwriter (like with others apps
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