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    Question Handwriting input for Chinese and other languages

    Looking for handwriting input of Chinese characters, English and Russian. Any ideas are welcome!

    Chinese is very important for me! I cant make my studies efficient without handwriting input. Have to use windoze

    OpenSUSE 11.0, x86 and x86_64, KDE 3.5, default language - Russian.

    p.s.
    My long-term search showed that Tomoe for Chinese and Cellwriter for English and Russian could be useful for me. BUT!
    1) I have some issues with tomoe, described here
    Tomoe 0.6 problems - openSUSE Forums
    2) Cellwriter is brilliant, but I cant make use of it as it requires training EACH character, you are going to input. For Russian and English - thats OK. But for Chinese - no way.

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    askrates NNTP User

    Default Re: Handwriting input for Chinese and other languages

    This doesnt work in 11.1 release candidate 1. Like the previous poster I have to use windows for my studies. Bump, anyone?

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    askrates NNTP User

    Default Re: Handwriting input for Chinese and other languages


    This doesnt work in 11.1 release candidate 1. Like the previous poster I
    have to use windows for my studies. Bump, anyone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolyanoid View Post
    Looking for handwriting input of Chinese characters, English and Russian. Any ideas are welcome!

    Chinese is very important for me! I cant make my studies efficient without handwriting input. Have to use windoze

    OpenSUSE 11.0, x86 and x86_64, KDE 3.5, default language - Russian.

    p.s.
    My long-term search showed that Tomoe for Chinese and Cellwriter for English and Russian could be useful for me. BUT!
    1) I have some issues with tomoe, described here
    Tomoe 0.6 problems - openSUSE Forums
    2) Cellwriter is brilliant, but I cant make use of it as it requires training EACH character, you are going to input. For Russian and English - thats OK. But for Chinese - no way.
    This is SO cool: nciku - Chinese characters and pinyin dictionary It allows you to handwrite chinese characters to look them up!

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    6tr6tr NNTP User

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    Kolyanoid;1869613 Wrote:
    > Looking for handwriting input of Chinese characters, English and
    > Russian. Any ideas are welcome!
    >
    > Chinese is very important for me! I cant make my studies efficient
    > without handwriting input. Have to use windoze
    >
    > OpenSUSE 11.0, x86 and x86_64, KDE 3.5, default language - Russian.
    >
    > p.s.
    > My long-term search showed that Tomoe for Chinese and Cellwriter for
    > English and Russian could be useful for me. BUT!
    > 1) I have some issues with tomoe, described here
    > 'Tomoe 0.6 problems - openSUSE Forums' (http://tinyurl.com/5d8w7x)
    > 2) Cellwriter is brilliant, but I cant make use of it as it requires
    > training EACH character, you are going to input. For Russian and English
    > - thats OK. But for Chinese - no way.


    This is SO cool: 'nciku - Chinese characters and pinyin dictionary'
    (http://www.nciku.com/) It allows you to handwrite chinese characters to
    look them up!


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    Default Re: Handwriting input for Chinese and other languages

    I allready read this question in .ru zone

    - Google

    Tablet PC
    did you try this in wine?

    someone need to develop

    CellWriter - risujin.org

    article in russian
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    didencool NNTP User

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    I allready read this question in .ru zone

    ' - Google' (http://tinyurl.com/6a6mwr)

    ' Tablet PC'
    (http://tablet-pc-software.penreader....r_Russian.html)
    did you try this in wine?

    someone need to develop

    'CellWriter - risujin.org' (http://risujin.org/cellwriter/)

    article in russian
    ' \"Linux -\": , ,
    GNU/Linux.'
    (http://rus-linux.net/lib.php?name=My...ndwriting.html)


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    Penreader is not the solution, as it has no Chinese support - this is crucial to me.If it was not up to Chinese support the Cellwriter would fully satisfy my needs in handwriting input, because training ~60 letters and symbols of Russian and English alphabet is MUCH easier than practicing thousands of unsorted Chinese characters

    6tr6tr, thanks! I added this link to favorites!

    Thank you all for replies!


    Still looking for Chinese handwriting input!

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    Kolyanoid NNTP User

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    Penreader is not the solution, as it has no Chinese support - this is
    crucial to me.If it was not up to Chinese support the Cellwriter would
    fully satisfy my needs in handwriting input, because training ~60
    letters and symbols of Russian and English alphabet is MUCH easier than
    practicing thousands of unsorted Chinese characters

    6tr6tr, thanks! I added this link to favorites!

    Thank you all for replies!


    *Still looking for Chinese handwriting input!*


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