Re: Input Method of Gnome
- From: "Hilary Cheng" <hilarycheng usa net>
- To: <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Input Method of Gnome
- Date: Tue, 9 Mar 1999 16:45:02 +0800
it is done by gtk. it's good. The most important is that
Every Widgets / Applications of Gnome should allow the Input Method Program
To Capture the Keyboard Event first. And Then pass the Characters to
Except Kanji , Has Gnome Prepared for the generic input method ?
Also, I would like to ask , is Gnome supporting Unicode ?
or support individual Language Encoding ? Since I donno much about the
encoding scheme in Linux.
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主旨: Re: Input Method of Gnome
>> > Is that Gnome has prepared for International Language Input Method?
>> > Like Chinese , Japanese, Korean? or It should be done by XServer ?
>> It's done by X. See this month's Linux Journal for a pretty good
>> description of how it all fits together.
>Mmm, you're right, but the real is: It's done by gtk.
>It need GUI library support.
>About Japanese(Kanji Input Method), the gtk is better than the qt now,
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