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Old 12-06-2017, 03:55 PM   #1
Maurice Arthur
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Japanese Key Board


Hi
Libre Office Writer , Tools, Options, Language Settings, Asian, Default Japanese
That's been done.
Linux KDE Sudo aptitude Install ibus-mozc

Have searched Synaptic for any Japanese required

Now have Icon on taskbar Japanese or English input

ttf-takao-mincho apt-get install fonts -takao-mincho

I need fonts in order to type Hiragang or Katakana
Anyone with experience with setting up Linux Mint KDE
Plese contact
Thanks
Maurice
 
  


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