NOTE: the GTK applet will work exactly the same in a KDE panel, but there is also a KDE uim applet, if you’re into that.w=300&h=225 300w, https://iamacat.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/uim-pref-gtk_global.png?w=600&h=450 600w, https://iamacat.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/uim-pref-gtk_global.png? w=150&h=113 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 85vw, 300px" / here is Anthy.Please make sure no other input method is running before you start Fcitx.Add the following lines to your desktop start up script files to register the input method modules and support xim programs.
SCIM provides a common platform for various plugin modules and independent IM programs, as well as a set of modules and programs on its own.As a preconversion stage, Latin characters (Romaji) can be used to input Hiragana. The interface is well integrated into Libre Office.Anthy is commonly used with an input method framework such as ibus, fcitx or SCIM. Anthy is free software released under the GNU GPL v2.Here are some packages for inputting japanese using scim and anthy as an input engine, and korean with scim-hangul. I know that the archlinux convention is that /usr should be used instead of /usr/local, but for some reason:1- scim-anthy refused to compile when anthy was installed in /usr/local2- scim-anthy did not integrate into scim (and thus was unusable) when installed in /usr/local However, I had no such problem with scim-hangul... This said, those are my first packages, and I am also a beginner in bash, so maybe I made some mistake ?issue, see Chapter 4, Updating or Upgrading an Oracle Solaris Image in Updating Systems and Adding Software in Oracle Solaris 11.4.