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Re: [PATCH] adjusting korean key bindings

From: Jihyun Cho
Subject: Re: [PATCH] adjusting korean key bindings
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 21:21:44 +0900

2009/6/15 Kenichi Handa <address@hidden>:
> In article <address@hidden>, Jihyun Cho <address@hidden> writes:
>> F9 was used in a 101-key keyboard layout in the past.
>> Currently, A 103-key keyboard layout or a 106-key keyboard layout is
>> used in Korea.
>> Both of them are added Hanja key and Hangul key.
>> But some people are still using F9 and Shift-Space.
> If what you mean is that some are still using F9 for
> switching hangul<->hanja input methods, I think it's not the
> time to change the key binding of F9.  As your patch adds
> Hangul_Hanja for converting the previous hangul to hanja,
> there's no urgent need to change F9 too.
>> A problem is a input method.
>> Generally, The input method for conversion of Hanja is converting a
>> completed Hangul letter to a Hanja letter.
>> Most of Korean IMEs are implemented these method.
>> The input method of emacs is little awkward.
> Do you mean that we don't need the separate hanja input
> method any more?

What do you mean the "separate hanja input method"?
If it means the method included in Emacs, we need it.

I agree that F9 should be maintained as conversion key of Hanja.
But the method `quail-hangul-switch-hanja' is not a general way in Korea.
Korean people don't switch the input mode to use Hanja.
We just input a Hangul Letter, then F9 will convert the Letter to Hanja.
I think it's more simple than the method 'quail-hangul-switch-hanja'
for Korean user.
You should know that 'one Hangul Letter' matches 'one Hanja'. and we
normally know the 'pronunciation of hanja', and we want to write hanja
with this.

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