[Uim] uim-helper-applet: what does the 'R' button/menu do?
gabor at z10n.net
Thu Aug 19 21:59:22 EEST 2004
On Fri, 2004-08-20 at 01:39 +0900, TOKUNAGA Hiroyuki wrote:
> On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 01:54:18 +0800
> James Su <suzhe at tsinghua.org.cn> wrote:
> > Do you have plan to fix this issue?
> Yes, we have. But I couldn't reproduce the bug, I need more infomation.
> gabor, could you tell us about your environment?
> We need:
> - Version of uim
> - What application you use? E.G. gedit, emacs...
> - What bridge you use? E.G. gtk immodule, xim, qt immodule...
uim-anthy... i think that means the gtk2 immodule
so i summarize the bug one more time:
i have to add the uim-helper-toolbar-gtk-systray to do it.
on the systray applet there are 2 buttons: 'a' and 'R'.
if i click on 'R' i get 2 possibilities:
(it is not indicated, but i think by default it is in the ローマ字 mode)
if i select ローマ字 no problem happens.
if i select かな, the following problems appear:
1. if i write 'shi', i get 'sし', so i have to write 'si' to get 'し’ .
(normally both si and shi work)..
i tried it, and it behaves the following way:
a. i press 's'. 's' is displayed
b. now i press 'h'. now 'ssh' is displayed. somehow pressing 'h' added
'sh' to the text.
c. now i press 'i'. i get 'sshi', which is immediately translated to 's
2. if i enter some kana, and start to delete it with backspace, i need
to press backspace TWICE to delete one kana.
-and i cannot go back to ローマ字 mode. if i select ローマ字 again, nothing
i have to close gedit, and open a new one to get back the original
> FYI: The definition of romaji is a way to describe hiragana or katakana
> strings with using alphabet only. E.G. 'a' as romaji describes 'あ' in
> hiragana, 'ka' as romaji describes 'か' in hiragana. But Japanese
> sometimes use "romaji" instead of "alphabet". (It's wrong if we follow
> through the definition, but it's common.) In this context, you can use
> alphabet insted of romaji.
> And, a Japanese character set has two types of alphabets, one is half
> width and another is full width. Half width alphabets are just same as
> ASCII alphabets, and full width alphabets are defined in JIS (JIS means
> Japan Industrial Standard.), they are distinguished. So your assumption
> is almost right, full width romaji characters are not in the standard
> ASCII character set.
question (not a technical)...
when do the japanese people use the full-width romaji characters?
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