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Questions tagged [input-method]

An input method is a program that allows any data, such as keyboard strokes or mouse movements, to be received as input. It is used for entering special characters and symbols that usually not found on input device (keyboard).

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Is there a way to scroll to the previous input method in fcitx?

In fcitx one can set shortcut to scroll to the next input method (e.g. Ctrl + Shift). However, sometimes I need to switch constantly between two adjacent input methods (e.g. Chinese and Japanese), ...
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fedora with cinnamon desktop: ibus pinyin only works if system locale is switched to chinese

I am having a weird issue with ibus-pinyin. I am running Fedora 28 with the Cinnamon desktop (dnf groupinstall "Cinnamon Desktop"), and i occasionally type Chinese. I installed ibus and ibus-pinyin, a ...
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How to use Chinese/English keyboard in Alpine Linux

I recently replaced the US keyboard on my Thinkpad X200, with one that is a mixed English / Chinese keyboard (An example image of it can be seen here). Currently it is functioning as an impeccable ...
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How to input Chinese Radicals with ibus Pinyin Intelligent Keyboard?

I am using Pinyin Intelligent Keyboard of ibus so as to enter Traditional Chinese characters into my documents. However, I have discovered that the input method does not seem to allow me to type some ...
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uim can’t register mozc (ubuntu)

Trying to use mozc with uim, I installed apt-get install uim-utils mozc-utils-gui uim-gtk3 (mozc-server automatically installed) and following this suggestion, further ran sudo uim-module-manager --...
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ibus - Difference between Input Method and Input Sources

Currently if i press Super+Space, gnome desktop will pop up 2 language selections set by Input Sources from gnome-control-center. Then why not it pop up 3 languages selection set by Input Method ...
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Touchpad not working

I just installed Elementary OS and almost everything is working great. The only problem is that the touchpad isn't working. I can not move the cursor with the touchpad. But if I use a mouse it is ...
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Python `read -n1 var`?

Is there a Python 3 module that allows to input a single character, without having to press Enter afterwards? Like Bash's read -n1 var?
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Can I type Korean using fcitx under Linux mint 17.2 Cinnamon?

Can I type Korean using Linux mint 17.2 Cinnamon using fcitx? I have check several post, which told me that I can use iBus to type Korean. But I am using fcitx to type other Language like Chinese. If ...
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Typing in Terminal underlines characters, adds accented characters

Whenever I type in Terminal now (it never happened before, I must've enabled it by accident), I get an option to enter an accented character. I want to turn this off. It looks like this (except with ...
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How to input half-width characters in Mozc (fcitx)?

I don't seem to find any way to configure mozc-fcitx. By default, full-width characters are entered, which include even spaces. Is there a way to use mozc-fcitx to input half-width characters?
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Chinese input with Stroke 5

I need to use input Chinese characters on my Debian Sid laptop. I would like to use the "Stroke 5" method. I've installed Fcitx and selected the "Stroke5" input method in the Fcitx configuration ...
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StructureNotifyMask interferes with other windows on linux Mint

I'm attempting to capture all keyboard input based on the code from this answer. The actual key capturing is working fine. However, running the code on Linux Mint Cinnamon causes other issues: I'm ...
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Query current input method in fcitx [for xmobar]

I have been working on getting a new Debian (Stretch) install working satisfactorily on my new computer (Lenovo X270), including setting up xmonad/xmobar. Since I am studying Japanese, I wanted to set ...
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Is there pinyin input mode in Emacs?

I'm learning Chinese and I'm wondering if there is a way to input pinyin easily. "pinyin" is a word with tone, like "qǐngwèn". Is there a emacs minor mode for pinyin? If there is not yet I'll try ...
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Can I target the source xinput device when requesting input?

Sticking a yubikey in my computer I see, $ xinput --list ... ⎣ Virtual core keyboard id=3 [master keyboard (2)] ↳ Virtual core XTEST keyboard id=5 [...
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Getting Konsole to use the same input method as other applications

For most of my applications, entering Compose " o results in ö (LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS). In Konsole, it results in ̈́o (COMBINING GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS followed by LATIN SMALL LETTER O). ...
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broken ibus with fedora 28

I am attempting to setup ibus on a fresh Fedora 28. The problem I currently experience is that it does not let me configure the input method to use Traditional Chinese characters. Both the ...
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Using “<” for input redirection of a file with commands that already handle files [duplicate]

Regularly, I have seen the following syntax: awk 'stuff' <file sort <file The thing is, I usually write: awk 'stuff' file sort file And things work perfectly. So if both syntaxes are roughly ...
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Compose key sequence with no additional/extra input method [duplicate]

Visit my first question in which I was facing trouble to add compose key sequence which was solved by installing uim and setting GTK_IM_MODULE="uim" that was because ibus was default input-method. ...
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How does pressing the “A” key (e.g PS/2 i8042 keyboard) make its way from linux kernel to userland? [duplicate]

I have been trying somewhat unsuccessful to look into how hitting keys on a keyboard ends up with now bytes writen to stdin. I understand that there are different kernels, with different version ...
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No IBus choices in Input Method tab

As you can see in the picture, I can't select any input method. I have installed ibus-m17n and my IBus input (ibus-bogo). I use Mint 16 with KDE 4.11.5
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input, evdev alternatives?

Simply put what are some other input subsystems? P.S. (a little context) Is there a popular alternative? (I'm looking at an HP-UX and have no idea how its taking care of this, because there is no /...