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CJK IMEs in Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP. How to Set them Up and Use them With OCLC Connexion . By Rob Britt, Bill McCloy, and Sun-yoon Lee. Download the PDF File for this Presentation: http://staff.washington.edu/rrbritt/files/CJKIMEs.pdf. An OCLC Connexion Version 1.30 Screen. CJK Text.

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cjk imes in microsoft windows 2000 and xp

CJK IMEs in Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP

How to Set them Up and Use them With OCLC Connexion

By Rob Britt, Bill McCloy, and Sun-yoon Lee

Download the PDF File for this Presentation:

http://staff.washington.edu/rrbritt/files/CJKIMEs.pdf

introduction
Introduction

In this brief session, we plan to give you the information you'll need to install and use Chinese, Japanese, and Korean IMEs in Windows 2000 or Windows XP. We don't have much time, so we'll rely on you to follow the instructions in the handout, and contact others for help as needed.

agenda
Agenda
  • General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display (Rob)
  • Using the IMEs
    • Japanese (Rob)
    • Chinese (Bill)
    • Korean (Sun Yoon)
general setup of windows 2000 and xp for cjk input and display
General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Click on Start (Lower Left Corner of Screen), and select “Control Panel”

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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

On the Control Panel, Click on Regional and Language Options

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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Supplemental Language SupportDo this Step First! You will not be able to install IMEs until this step is completed.

  • On the Regional and Languages Menu, Click the “Languages” Tab
  • Click the checkbox labeled “Install files for East Asian Languages”
  • Click “Apply” or “OK”
  • If these files are not already installed, you will be asked to insert the installation disk for Windows XP (or point to a network location for the installation files)
  • After successful file copying, you will be asked to restart the computer.
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Installing IMEs/Keyboards

  • After installing Supplemental Language Support (Requires restart), go back to Control Panel, Regional and Language Options Menu
  • Select the “Languages” tab, and Click the Details Button Under “Text Services and Input Languages”
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Installing IMEs/Keyboards

  • This takes you to the “Text Services and Input Languages” menu. Note that the “Default input language” is English (United States) for Windows XP installations sold in the U.S.
  • Under “Installed services”, note that the default Keyboard is “US.”
  • Click “Add” to add another input language
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Installing IMEs/Keyboards

  • This takes you to the “Add Input Language” menu
  • Select the new language from the “Input Language” Drop-down Menu.
  • Select the IME from the “Keyboard Layout/IME” Drop-down Menu.
  • Often, the default IME is the best choice, but you may want to try others, particularly for Chinese. (Refer to Bill’s talk on Chinese IMEs)
  • After making your selections, click “OK” on the Add Input Language Screen and again on the Text Services menu.
  • You may be prompted to insert the Windows installation disk, and you will need “Administrative Privileges” (consult your computer support staff).
  • Repeat to add other language/IME combinations
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Installing IMEs/Keyboards

  • Finally, the new IME will appear on the IME menu in the toolbar when you left-click the current input language. Click to select the desired language
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Other Handy FeaturesUsing the Character Map

  • Press Start, Accessories, System Tools, Character Map
  • (Note: You can place a Shortcut to Character Map on your Desktop. Right-click the “Character Map” icon, and select “Send to” and then “Desktop (Create Shortcut”))

Character Map

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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Other Handy FeaturesUsing the Character Map

  • Click the “Advanced View” Checkbox
  • Under Character Set, select “Unicode”
  • Under Group By, Select one grouping (for example here we selected “Ideographs by Radicals”
  • Find and Copy the Desired character
  • Paste into OCLC Connexion
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Other Handy FeaturesUsing the Character Map

Other Groupings

  • Korean Hanja by Hangul
  • Japanese Kanji by Hiragana
  • Japanese Kanji by Radical
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General Setup of Windows 2000 and XP for CJK Input and Display

Other Handy Features

Using the Character Map

  • With the mouse, point to the desired character and click.
  • A magnified view of that character appears
  • To choose it, press “Select”
  • Then press “copy.” The character goes to the Windows clipboard.
  • In Connexion, put the cursor where you want the character, and select “paste”
using the imes the japanese ime
Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME
  • After the Japanese IME is installed and activated, it looks like this
  • You can configure the IME using the pop-up menu by clicking on this triangle
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME
  • For More Advanced Settings, Right-Click the JP button, and Select “Settings…”
  • This Takes you to the Text Services… Menu
  • Select the IME You would like to Configure
  • Then Click “Properties”
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

In Properties, you can adjust many settings

  • Default Input
  • Language of Menus and Dialogs
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

Conversion ModeSelect the Conversion mode by Clicking on the Pop-up menu.

  • General (般)
  • Bias for Names (名)
  • Bias for Speech (話)
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

Inputting Text in Connexion with the Japanese IME

  • Works the same as in other applications (although in MS Office applications there are some additional features)
  • You can type a phrase, and then select sections to change by pressing the spacebar
  • The yellow “balloon” indicates a word definition is available.
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

Inputting Text in Connexion with the Japanese IME

  • Do not input CJK Arabic Numerals (1, 2, 3). If you do, you will get this error message when you try to validate your record:
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

Other Handy Features

  • IME PadYou can select various Modes:
    • Handwriting
    • Radical (部首)
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

Other Handy Features

  • Remembering Your WordsThe IME automatically “Remembers” words you frequently use
  • Adding WordsYou can also add special words to the dictionary for later use.
    • Click Tools, Register Words/Examples.
    • Type in the reading and the Display kanji, and click “register”.
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Using The IMEsThe Japanese IME

Other Handy Features

  • Adjust the Language Band Position (Right Click on Language Bar). This is useful if your tool bar often changes.
  • Floating Language Band“Show The Language Bar”.
    • Left-click the JP icon
    • Then click “Show the Language Bar.”
    • Click the “minus sign” (Minimize) to return the bar to the toolbar.
where to get more information
Where to Get More Information
  • At Microsoft
    • Global Development and Computing Portalhttp://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/default.mspx
    • Regional and Language Options overviewhttp://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/home/using/productdoc/en/default.asp
    • Setup of CJK Support
      • Enabling International Support in Windows 2000http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/handson/user/2kintlsupp.mspx#addkbd
      • Enabling International Support in Windows XP/Server 2003 Familyhttp://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/handson/user/xpintlsupp.mspx
    • Windows Keyboard Layoutshttp://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/reference/keyboards.aspx
    • Using IMEsWhat is an IME (Input Method Editor) and how do I use it? (by Russ Rolfe)This Document includes information and screenshots explaining the Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Korean, and Japanese IMEshttp://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/handson/user/IME_Paper.mspx
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Where to Get More Information
  • Other Resources
    • Installing Chinese Japanese Korean (CJK) IMEs in Windows 2000 (National Library of Australia)http://www.nla.gov.au/kinetica/cjk/manuals/ime.html
    • IME Tutorialhttp://www.andante.org/ime.html
    • Javascript Unicode Charts (Search by Code or Character)http://www.macchiato.com/unicode/charts.html
    • Unihan Database Radical Stroke Indexhttp://www.unicode.org/charts/unihanrsindex.html
types of input methods
Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEsTypes of Input Methods
  • More than 17 different IMEs of 3 types:
    • Phonetic-based
    • Shape-based, Radical/Stroke-based
    • Code-based
legacy vs intelligent imes
Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEsLegacy vs. Intelligent IMEs
  • Legacy (Character-Based or Type-and-Select)
  • Intelligent (Sentence-Based IMEs)
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Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEs
  • Microsoft Supplied IMEs - 17
  • Non-Microsoft Supplied IMEs
    • Cantonese (Jyutping 粤拼)?
    • China Star, Twinbridge, etc.?
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Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEs

Simplified Chinese Input Methods

  • Phonetic-based: MSPY MS拼音, QuanPin 全拼, ShuangPin 双拼
  • Shape-based, Radical/Stroke-based: WuBi86 五笔86; WuBi98 五笔98; ZhengMa郑码; Japanese IME Pad’s Character List, Strokes and Radical functions
  • Code-based: Enhanced Unicode 统一码, NeiMa 内码
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Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEs

Traditional Chinese Input Methods

  • Phonetic-based: Pinyin 拼音, Phonetic 注音符号 (Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ), Microsoft New Phonetic IME 微軟新注音
  • Shape-based, Radical/Stroke-based: Array, CangJie 仓颉, Da Yi 大易, Quick 速成, New CangJie 新仓颉
  • Code-based: Big5 Code 大五码, Unicode 统一码
both simplified and traditional
Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEsBoth Simplified and Traditional
  • MSPY (MS拼音)
  • Japanese IME Character Pad
  • Others?
demonstration
Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEsDemonstration
  • MSPY (Microsoft Pinyin IME 3.0)
    • Straight input
      • ü = v

Example: fa lv = 法律

    • Input with tones
    • Add/Delete Characters
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Using The IMEsThe Chinese IMEsDemonstration
  • Chinese (Traditional) – Phonetic
    • Soft Keyboards/Keyboard Maps
using the imes the korean ime
Using The IMEsThe Korean IME
  • In the dialog box, click as an .
  • Then the system will select a keyboard layout accordingly as . Click .
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Using The IMEsThe Korean IME
  • On the task bar (or language bar), click the button representing the language desired. You can toggle between the current input language (Korean) and the previous input language (English) using .
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Using The IMEsThe Korean IME
  • MS Korean IME 2002 operates in two modes
    • Full feature
    • IME 2000
  • Press a Hanja key that will allow the Hangul to be transformed into Hanja.
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Using

the Character Map

Click Advanced view box

Group by: Korean Hanja by Hangul

Using The IMEsThe Korean IME
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Allows the user to input Hangul via soft keyboard

Handwriting applet allows one to search for and input Hangul

Using The IMEsThe Korean IME
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