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Meant for writing Esperanto-letters using Zamenhof's fundamental system.
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Located in im/eo-h-f.mim:29
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Meant for writing Esperanto-letters adding h's.
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Located in im/eo-h.mim:29
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Meant for writing Esperanto-letters with the fundamental system and the X-system, like the default of EK.
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Located in im/eo-plena.mim:29
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Meant for writing Esperanto-letters adding q's.
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Located in im/eo-q.mim:29
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Meant for writing Esperanto-letters adding x's (the X-system).
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Located in im/eo-x.mim:29
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Tai Viet input method using the phonetic key sequence with the Tai Son La keyboard layout.
The phonetic key sequence means that you type a syllable in this order:
C W? V v? F? T?
where
C is an initial consonant,
W is a label for labializing C ('ꪫ'),
V is a vowel (V1:prefix, V2:combining, or V3:postfix),
v is the second vowel of a digraph vowel
(in the case that V is 'ꪹ' and v is 'ꪸ', 'ꪷ', or 'ꪱ'),
F is a final consonant,
T is a tonemark (spacing or combining).

You can type special symbols by these keys:
'$' -> 'ꫛ'
'#' -> 'ꫜ'
'%' -> 'ꫝ'
'!' -> '꫞'
'@' -> '꫟'
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
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Located in im/tai-sonla.mim:30
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