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Input Hints and Examples

To input my first name Craig in katakana, I can hit the caps lock key and input kureggu. In the example shown below, I have mule-wnn running with kinput2 in a kterm. I press caps lock, input kuregg and then stop to illustrate that the Japanese between the fences is katakana from the beginning of the input process.


In the previous example, I used the F1 key to convert the hiragana into katakana. I then lock the gureggu into katakana with ctrl-f, input ten and then do the conversion into the dot with ctrl-j.


Craig Toshio Oda