I usually am not that stupid to find stuff out by myself, but somehow
this topic is too confusing for me.
I just want to type words like “watashi” and then have it converted
into kanji or hiragana for me.
I read that openSUSE 11.1 is pretty easy in this regard when it is
selected during the installation, but how to do it afterwards –
especially in KDE 4(.2)?
When I tried to find that out by myself, I found lots of options:
im-ja, scim, skim, uim, anthy, canna, xim, tomoe,…
That’s really overwhelming for someone who has absolutely no previous
experience with CJK input on Linux.
It seems to me that scim/skim is the preferred way to achieve the
solution, but scim seems to offer only GTK/GNOME integration and skim
seems to be available only for KDE 3.
Could someone please be so kind to offer a fool-proof explanation how
to do it?
Thank you in advance.
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