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Old 08-11-2005, 01:35 AM   #106
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Well well, the font name is " simsun.ttc " where is is located I don't know, it depends on which OS your fired are using

The full path where to install it I told you before

Hi and sorry for the late reply, I can not let you download thefonts from my website as it would not be legal, but if you can find the font from another source, you should copy those fonts to /usr/share/fonts/default/Type1
I hope it works for you
 
Old 07-08-2006, 10:24 AM   #107
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hi, does anyone know how to make the words on folder and filename readable? I have some files and folder with chinese words encoding but i can't read them in fedora 5?
 
Old 07-24-2006, 03:16 AM   #108
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Smile 用小企鹅输入法呀!最流行的输入法

strongly recommend u choose fcitx input mothod which is the most popular InputMethod in Mainland China.

fcitx can be running under local enviroment.

i use ficitx to input Chinese, and i also in English local setting.
it works !!!
 
Old 09-26-2006, 08:56 PM   #109
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Originally Posted by seow_ming
To kngharv,

Thanks for the reply and im using FEDORA 2 + Gnome, and what i want to do is to enable Chinese Inputing during i'm under English Gnome enviroment. i know it is possible as i used mandrake community 10.1 before and it is already there after I finished installing. I just need to press Ctrl + Spacebar then an Chinese input bar just came out althought i'm in english enviroment. So, any tips?
In fact,under English enviroment the chinese input did come out,but it still can not work,i do not know why? anyone who knows ,pls tell me ,thanks
 
Old 09-26-2006, 08:59 PM   #110
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Originally Posted by close2me
strongly recommend u choose fcitx input mothod which is the most popular InputMethod in Mainland China.

fcitx can be running under local enviroment.

i use ficitx to input Chinese, and i also in English local setting.
it works !!!
i also use fcitx,but it can not work,need i change some settings under english enviroment?if so .how can i do that??
 
Old 09-26-2006, 09:11 PM   #111
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As my experience, you have to change 'LC_CTYPE' to chinese to use fcitx in english environment. Currently I'm using scim-fcitx, which is basically scim with fcitx as the input engine. It works in english environment, nothing need to be changed, including 'LC_CTYPE'.
 
Old 10-02-2006, 01:15 AM   #112
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Smile i agree with mp55

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Originally Posted by salinelove
i also use fcitx,but it can not work,need i change some settings under english enviroment?if so .how can i do that??
I agree with mp55 ...

for more info, and if u can read Chinese, u can refer to http://www.fcitx.org/main/?q=node/79 ... this webpage is written in Chinese. it guide u to install fcitx in FC.
 
Old 10-03-2006, 08:01 PM   #113
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As my experience, you have to change 'LC_CTYPE' to chinese to use fcitx in english environment. Currently I'm using scim-fcitx, which is basically scim with fcitx as the input engine. It works in english environment, nothing need to be changed, including 'LC_CTYPE'.
but how can i find this document which include "LC_CTYPE",and make it out.
 
  


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