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I have a fresh install of lubuntu 14.10. Unfortunately, I cannot find the configuration for enabling the hiragana-input (any longer).

Previously, I had no problems setting it up on lubuntu 13.10, and after upgrading to 14.nn it still worked flawlessly.

But now I am completely at a loss. Where did this go?

I can add a "Japanese input method". But the input is fixed on "romaji" (no hiragana).

  • "Language Support Japanese" is installed.
  • ibus is installed and set.
  • anthy is installed (but not accessible?).

How can I enable the ibus-anthy? By GUI or text configs. Thanks.

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You enable it via IBus Preferences, which can be started from some menu item (I think) or via the command ibus-setup in a terminal window.

  • In the preferences, tab "General" contains "shortcuts", "fonts and style"; tab "Input Method" "add"/"remove" ("preferences" is greyed out); tab "Advanced" "Keyboard Layout (use system..)", "Global input method settings". I think I should be able to change to anthy in tab "Input Method", but there is no such thing. – tokosh Mar 1 '15 at 14:31
  • @tokosh: Sorry, I don't know what the Lubuntu menu system looks like. Then open a terminal window and run the ibus-setup command. – Gunnar Hjalmarsson Mar 1 '15 at 15:52
  • The description above is from the "IBus Preferences". Sorry, I should have been more precise. – tokosh Mar 2 '15 at 1:17
  • @tokosh: Aha, ok. In the "Input Method" tab you should click the "Add" button to add Japanese - Anthy. – Gunnar Hjalmarsson Mar 2 '15 at 1:59
  • Ah, I had tried this many times. But your comment made try another time: The Japanese-Anthy option is not visible as a proposed item. Only when I looked for it (the search box), it appeared. Once again I feel a bit stupid having asked this question (it's not the first that was in the end rather easy .. and spending so much time on it). Thanks, Gunnar. – tokosh Mar 2 '15 at 15:17

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