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Old 10-05-2007, 04:58 PM   #1
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Need Help: Chinese Input Using Scim/pinyin

I installed 10.3 last night, and really loved the way it looks. I am new to Suse. Can someone tell me how to do the Chinese input using pinyin, or point me to some wiki files. I enabled simplified chinese in the control. When I invoke scim, I can see the little icon at the bottom right of the screen. When I right click the icon, I enter the scim control panel and I see the pinyin input method is there. For the other distribution, I can do control-space to toggle the input method from English to Chinese/pinyin, but it doesn't happen. I am wondering if there is any control file I need to manually edit. Thanks!
Old 02-18-2009, 08:56 PM   #2
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I see that this question is 2 years old. Sorry for not finding it sooner.
But if you still need help, you can just double-click the taskbar icon, and that will give you a list of keyboard layouts.

good luck,
rabbit2345 ^_^



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