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    Default Hindi IME?

    I want to use use the KDE Flashcard app for Hindi vocab practice, but I
    can't find a Hindi IME. I searched Yast for "IME" and found LOTS of
    references to IMEs for Korean, Japanese and Chinese, and one for
    Tamizh, but I couldn't anything that would let me type in Hindi. I am
    quite sure that this problem is firmly rooted between keyboard and
    chair, and would warmly welcome any pointers on how to fix it. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Hindi IME?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxqnz View Post
    I want to use use the KDE Flashcard app for Hindi vocab practice, but I
    can't find a Hindi IME. I searched Yast for "IME" and found LOTS of
    references to IMEs for Korean, Japanese and Chinese, and one for
    Tamizh, but I couldn't anything that would let me type in Hindi. I am
    quite sure that this problem is firmly rooted between keyboard and
    chair, and would warmly welcome any pointers on how to fix it. Thanks!

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    I don't see an openSUSE Hindi localization team: Localization Team - openSUSE. Probably why you cant find it.

    Hindi ime - Google Search shows some distros with it; if you can get the "source" you can compile it Look in those distros' file trees; if there's a "tar"; untar it & look at the "docs" -- there should be directions for compiling it.
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