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Old 11-05-2005, 07:21 AM   #1
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Is there anyone who know how to use the smart common input method (scim)

Hi all.
I am study Chinese, and I have to got a chinese input method to type chinese one.
I have choosen scim (one guy here introduce it to me), and download the language package scim-pinyin.
I have install them all and there is no problem reproted.
But I don't know how to make they work or how to work with them
In window, I found a good chinese input method with the English help page.
I think that scim use the same interface to work but I was wrong.
I seek for the help page but I what I found is a half-part English and half-part Chinese brief usage information which I am not capable to reed.
I have go to the website to seek for help but I found nothing.
If you know or use that software, please help me.


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