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Re: 回复: [PATCH] Add IME status change support on windows natively

From: Valtteri Vuorikoski
Subject: Re: 回复: [PATCH] Add IME status change support on windows natively
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2020 11:50:41 +0300
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.60 (berkeley-unix)

Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:

>> From: "Albert" <address@hidden>
>> Sometimes I need to input some chinese by open IME in evil insert mode when 
>> I press <SHIFT> to enable
>> IME, when I press <ESC> to normal mode, IME is still open for chinese input, 
>> I have to press <SHIFT> to
>> disable IME otherwise IME will still works for chinese input which stops me 
>> from do some commands like
>> move the cursor in evil.
> I see.  Do you envision situations where Emacs users that don't use
> Evil or other Vi emulations would want to turn off IMM?  For example,
> what about modes like view-mode and log-view-mode (and their
> derivatives)?

It's not a huge use case, but FWIW I could use something like this for
multiplatform key bindings, i.e. for having one Emacs binding which:

  * On Windows, toggles the native IME.
  * On Linux, toggles (for example) the ddskk elisp IME.

Mapping the same key with system native shortcuts may be difficult on
Windows. Meanwhile on Linux installing a systemwide CJK IME is somewhat
painful, so it's often convenient to use an elisp IME if CJK input is
needed only now and then. Hence having the toggle happen through Emacs
would be a nice convenience.


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