[Uim] Re: Uim defaults to pinyin
gabor at z10n.net
Sun Aug 29 15:00:27 EEST 2004
On Sun, Aug 29, 2004 at 04:17:57PM +0900, Jacob Levine wrote:
> However, I've been unsuccessful in getting my X to start up with UIM
> using anthy instead of pinyin. I've tried editing my
> /etc/gtk-2.0/gtk.immodules so that now the last two lines read:
> "uim-pinyin-big5" "uim-pinyin-big5 (CN)" "gtk+" "" "*"
> "uim-anthy" "uim-anthy (*)" "gtk+" "" "ja"
> but still no luck. Since I'm using GNOME (2.6) I've tried editing
be careful ...
are you sure you didn't move the uim-anthy line too far?
in gtk.immodules, there's a line like:
and below that are those 'config' lines for this module or what.
and after that comes this line:
and config lines again.
by my first try, i moved the uim-anthy line to the end of the whole file,
but it did not work.
i had to put uim-anthy as the last line of the 'im-uim.so' block.
does this help?
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