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1.
Cham input method simulating Cham keyboard.
Cham characters are encoded in logical order in memory and in files.
But, you can type Cham text in visual order with this input method.
Backspace and Delete also work in the manner of visual order.
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
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Located in MIM/cmc-kbd.mim:26
2.
Simulating Azerty keyboard on English keyboard.

&1 é2 "3 '4 (5 -6 è7 _8 ç9 à0 )° =_ ²~
aA zZ eE rR tT yY uU iI oO pP ^¨ $£
qQ sS dD fF gG hH jJ kK lL mM ù% *|
wW xX cC vV bB nN ,? ;. :/ !§

'[' and '{' are used as a dead key to type a character with the
circumflex and diaeresis respectively (e.g. '[' 'e' -> "ê").

'Alt-2' and 'Alt-7' are used as a dead key to type a character
with tilde and grave respectively (e.g. 'Alt-2' 'n' -> "ñ").

'Ctrl-Alt-2' and 'Ctrl-Alt-7' can be used as 'Alt-2' and 'Alt-7'
respectively.

Azerty keyboard has one more key at the bottom left corner for
inputting "<" and ">". As a normal English keyboard doesn't
have such a key left, type '<' and '>' twice for "<" and ">"
respectively.
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 MIM/fr-azerty.mim:26
3.
Global variable and command definitions.
This is actually not an input method, but provides documents,
default values of global variables, and default key-bindings of
global commands.
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Located in MIM/global.mim:25
4.
Maxmum number of candidates in a candidate group.
Value must be an integer.
If the value is not positive, number of candidates in a group is decided
by how candiates are grouped in an input method source file.
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Located in MIM/global.mim:32
5.
Character set to limit candidates.
Value must be a symbol representing a charater set, or nil.
If the value is not nil, a candidate containing a character not belonging
to the specified character set is ignored.
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Located in MIM/global.mim:39
6.
Commit
Commit the preedit text
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Located in MIM/global.mim:60
7.
Convert
Convert the preedit text
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
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Located in MIM/global.mim:64
8.
Revert
Revert the conversion
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Located in MIM/global.mim:68
9.
Previous candidate
Spot the previous candidate
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
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Located in MIM/global.mim:72
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Previous character
Move to the previous character in the preedit text
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
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Located in MIM/global.mim:136
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