I’m sorry, I couldn’t find a specific language-related one so I hope this is the right place.
Anyway, I tried just about every variant of the Japanese Keyboard Settings, and the problem is that they work, but I can’t find the one that I actually know how to use. What I’m looking for is where I type for example ‘a’ and I get あ, if I type ‘k’ it’ll show up as k, but if I type an ‘o’ after that I get こ, if I hold shift and type ‘ya’ I’d get ヤ, like that, the way that it works (so far as I could tell, since I didn’t have to do anything to it to get it to do this) by default on Windows and I think possibly Mac, though I don’t know if it’s default or special settings on Macs because I only know they do that from school.
What I get when I use the Japanese Settings for typing currently is something where each key gets its own full character, like if I typed d that would be an entire character (I forgot which it would be) and every key has its own, instead of typing the English characters for the sound the character makes (which is what I need it to do)
Does anyone know if the way to input Japanese that I’m looking for exists in SUSE, and if so how do I enable that one, because it would be nice if when I have my own laptop I’d know how to enable that setting to actually use it for Japanese (since I have no foreseeable plans to learn the setting it seems to put me on for at least a good while) without having to switch to Windows or something.