Chinese IME

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katayama_hirofumi_mz
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Re: Chinese IME

Post by katayama_hirofumi_mz » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:17 pm

I made my Japanese IME.

MZ-IME Japanese Input
http://katahiromz.web.fc2.com/mzimeja/en/index.html

中華的加油! Yes, you can!

katayama_hirofumi_mz
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Re: Chinese IME

Post by katayama_hirofumi_mz » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:20 pm

IME Hackerz (my IME information site)
http://www.geocities.jp/katayama_hirofu ... ackerz/en/

Hang in there!!!

reactorwind
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Re: Chinese IME

Post by reactorwind » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:28 am

katayama_hirofumi_mz wrote:I made my Japanese IME.

MZ-IME Japanese Input
http://katahiromz.web.fc2.com/mzimeja/en/index.html

中華的加油! Yes, you can!
Thank you Katayama for your great words. Yeah we are going to make our Mandarin Language version.

All keep up with the great works!

Natoriumu EN
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Re: Chinese IME

Post by Natoriumu EN » Thu Mar 01, 2018 3:13 pm

I've made an experimental Input System to help us while Mr.Katayama's effort bears fruit.

I'm not familiar with Chinese. For example, I don't know well about both simplified Chinese characters and traditional Chinese characters. So, I might mistake the settings of conversion engine. For that reason, my program, SentinelChineseGUI.py can be hard to use. But, I'm sure that the code of this helps you with your programming Chinese Input on ReactOS.

Enjoy it! Goodbye ;)

Experimental Chinese Input Environment on ReactOS "MonolithCIE 0.0.1"
https://osdn.net/users/natoriumuen/pf/S ... hon3.4.zip

Video of how it works
https://youtu.be/yHk7fOhnaQU

P.S.
sample code of Chinese Input, sample code of Japanese Input, sample code of Korean Input

linrx
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Re: Chinese IME

Post by linrx » Sun Mar 04, 2018 6:48 am

katayama_hirofumi_mz wrote:Oh, I found ReactOS's <imm.h> has more decls/defs than MinGW's <imm.h>. Sorry.

Can you make a Chinese IME that is runnable on Windows 2000?
I'm trying to make a Japanese IME runnable on Win2k, studying
natural language processing. Without TSF.
On Windows XP, NJStar was a long time favourite, perhaps one might give it a try on React, who knows? :roll:

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