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activate Mallit input method framework
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Located in data/30_maliit.conf:2
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Mallit input method framework
* Required for everything: maliit-framework
* Keyboards part of (maliit-plugins):
* reference keyboard: maliit-keyboard
* QML keyboard: nemo-keyboard
* Application platform support:
* GTK2: maliit-inputcontext-gtk2
* GTK3: maliit-inputcontext-gtk3
* Qt4: maliit-inputcontext-qt4
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Located in data/30_maliit.conf:4
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activate Smart Common Input Method (SCIM)
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Located in data/48_scim.conf:2
48.
Smart Common Input Method (SCIM)
* Required for all: scim
* Language specific input conversion support:
* Japanese: scim-mozc (best) or scim-anthy or scim-skk
* Korean: scim-hangul
* Simplified Chinese: scim-pinyin or scim-sunpinyin
* Traditional Chinese: scim-chewing
* Thai: scim-thai
* Vietnamese: scim-unikey
* Generic keyboard translation table: scim-m17 or scim-table* packages
* Application platform support:
* GNOME/GTK+: scim-gtk-immodule
* KDE/Qt4: scim-qt-immodule
* Clutter: scim-clutter-immodule
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Located in data/48_scim.conf:4
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activate Hangul (Korean) input method
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Located in data/50_hangul.conf:2
50.
Hangul (Korean) input method
* XIM: nabi
* GNOME/GTK+: imhangul-gtk2 and imhangul-gtk3
* KDE/Qt4: qimhangul-qt4
* GUI companion: imhangul-status-applet
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Located in data/50_hangul.conf:4
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activate Thai input method with thai-libthai
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Located in data/60_thai.conf:2
52.
Thai input method with thai-libthai
* GNOME/GTK+: gtk-im-libthai and gtk3-im-libthai
* No XIM nor KDE/Qt4 support (FIXME)
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Located in data/60_thai.conf:4
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do not set any IM from im-config
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Located in data/78_none.conf:2
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This does not set any IM from im-config.
This is the automatic configuration choice if no required IM packages are installed.
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Located in data/78_none.conf:4
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