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hannes
post Aug 31 2009, 01:40 PM
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I'm using Cacko lite 1.23 with japanese-support-C1k installed for the japanese input methods. I seem to have a problem creating flashcards in toMOTko with one side in japanese and the other side in english - after inserting japanese text I close the virtual keyboard to input english via the real keyboard and the japanese text disappears. I guess I must be doing something wrong...
Also, is there some documentation about the japanese input methods? I'm still in the early stage of learning hiragana and katakana, but I would to know how to use them better.
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Frederic Bergero...
post Aug 31 2009, 04:17 PM
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I doubt that this problem is really related to toMOTko.

Are you able to use the japanese input method successfully with other applications? I don't know how it works on Cacko but on Sharp's ROM, I have at least two ways to enter japanese text. Either, I type the sounds (like k-a for ka, and r-a for ra, then t-e for te), then, I hit space to choose the proper kanjis (for karate, in this case) and enter to confirm. Either I draw the kanjis using the pen on the screen. Then the word appears in a temporary text field which I can transfer clickling a special arrow button in the field that had the focus before I invoked the japanese input method.

I hope it helps.
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hannes
post Aug 31 2009, 04:53 PM
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Thanks for the quick answer. I experimented a little more and the solution was so simple it almost makes me blush... After inserting the japanese text I just clicked in the next input field, which, as soon as I was writing, made the japanese text disappear. I found out that this doesnt't happen if I press Enter before switching input fields.... Merci quand-même de la réponse et un grand merci pour votre logiciel excellent!
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