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I do have Anthhy and SCIM-Anthy installed. I've been trying it on KDE-3.4.0 for the past 24 hours or so. It does work with Skim, though.
For some reason, it doesn't seem to allow typing within the current window. It either uses a little side window that pops up or doesn't display until "space". How do I set it up so the Romaji and typing appear in the text area I'm typing in?
The font may have been installed by your Gnome installation... I know from experience that a regular installation of Slackware (at least, my regular installation that doesn't include 100% of the packages) doesn't do it. When you don't have the font installed, instead you see squares with 4 numbers in 'em, and the way to fix it is to install a font that supports the language.