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On 02/20/2011 07:39 AM, M Henri Day wrote:
I recently had occasion to reinstall 64-bit Ubuntu 10.10 (n b, not because
of a problem in Ubuntu itself, but because I replaced Windows Vista with
Windows 7 on the Windows side of this dual-boot machine and thereafter
failed in my attempts to restore GRUB2) and after doing so, noticed that no
matter what I tried, I was unable to get SCIM to import CJK languages into a
Writer text. Same problem, of course, when using OOo ; I'm using the latest
(Swedish) 3.3 version in both cases. SCIM works fine with other applications
on Ubuntu, like the gedit text editor or Gmail's compose. In contrast to the
situation on Ubuntu, I have no problem using the Microsoft IMEs to import
these languages into LO or OOo texts. However, I don't want to be forced to
run Windows 7 in order to write, e g, a Chinese or Japanese text in a LO or
OOo document. Is it possible to get SCIM and LO to play nice with each other
and in that event, does anyone have any suggestions as to how to go about
doing so ?...


Perhaps try iBus instead?

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