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Re: mule Chinese input inconveniences

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: mule Chinese input inconveniences
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 10:32:05 GMT

jidanni@kimo.FiXcomTHiS.tw (Dan Jacobson) writes:
> and I want to put one chinese char in each of the two gaps.
> I go to the first blank, select the correct char., then want to move
> to the second blank with a few C-f ... 
> I type
> b a n g 4 C-f 
> If C-f were liberated back to its former tradition role, there still
> would be lots of ways to select characters at this point: arrow keys,
> pick a number [3...] etc.   Other users wouldn't mind C-f's new role,
> but would want the arrow keys left alone...

In the japanese input method, you can type RET to end translation, which
seems fairly natural to me (it's quite easy to hit RET twice if you
really want to enter a newline, for instance; it's also analogous to
hitting RET to exit isearch).

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pinning you underneath.  At night the ice weasels come.  --Nietzsche

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