Intelligent Input Bus, Ubuntu's default and officially supported input framework.

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How can I type Japanese characters?

What is the way to be able to type Japanese characters? Could someone make a how-to in order to explain the few steps to get it?
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Japanese IME clueless about certain words

I have the impression that Japanese input method editor (変換) is not as good as it used to be (can't tell since when). When I type "terekomu" and transform, the IME does not propose テレコム (a very usual ...
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How to type Hindi in open office?

i m using ubuntu 10.10. please tell me how to type in hindi fonts in open office word. please help
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Ibus color-icons

I'm using Ibus to enjoy some layouts and still it works great. However sometimes I notice that the icon of some of my typing input methods can not be displayed. Reboot fix the issue but it's like a ...
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IBus client for GNU Emacs: Installed, but how do I start it?

Having recently moved to Linux/Ubuntu, I'm looking for a good editor, and GNU Emacs seems to fit the bill. One thing I want from a text editor is the ability to handle Unicode Input Method Editors ...
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Is GNU Emacs Unicode compliant, or is it just Multi-Lingual aware via Mule?

I've read that GNU Emacs handles international scripts via a system called Mule (Multi-Lingual-Environment). I also read (somewhere, a while back) that there was a move afoot (in recent years) to ...