[kde-edu]: kvoctrain: entering data

Marc Heyvaert marc_heyvaert at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 2 20:01:37 CET 2004

Hello Peter,

--- Peter Hedlund <peter at peterandlinda.com> wrote:

> I'm not sure, but I think there are two fonts you
> can specify in the 
> options, one for the editor, and one for
> pronunciation. I will get to 
> this when it's time to finish the keyboard layout
> switching code.

I have noticed that, but it's not clear if it's for
all columns, i.e. languages, or only for the current
language (is there is such a choosing mechanism).

But my problem is that even when I choose the right
font, I wouldn't know how to insert special characters
that certain languages have and that are not on my
keyboard, or in the case of Chinese the 'characters'.
Is there a general input method for these comparable
to Microsoft IME?

The second difficulty is that I was amazed to see
these 'Japanese characters' appear when loading one of
these language files on this page

As far as I know I don't have Japanese character fonts
on my machine, and I don't know where to look to see
what font was used.



> Thanks,
> Peter
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