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gcin

gcin (Gtk Chinese INput application in X) is a Chinese input method server for Big5 Traditional Chinese character sets. It features a GTK user interface. It is a very popular Chinese input method (IM) server in Taiwan, which focuses mainly on Traditional Chinese. Its IM table format is almost the same as xcin, and comes with a conversion program to help xcin users transfer their settings. A GUI interface is used for gcin settings such as your favorite Chinese input table and keyboard layout. It is often straightforward for users to append other input tables not originally included in the release package, or tables used by other IMs such as scim.

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  •  21 Jun 2008 13:17

    Release Notes: Two tsin bugs were fixed.

    •  20 Jun 2008 17:11

      Release Notes: This release has more feature functions. A core dump with Firefox 3.0/gnome-terminal has been fixed.

      •  07 Dec 2007 16:18

        Release Notes: This release fixes bugs related to the panel tray, adds Netscape Navigator 9 to gtk-im, and fixes tsin.src.

        •  06 May 2007 14:41

          Release Notes: More input methods and some fancy icons have been added, and the man page has been updated. The popup menu is now the default option. The 'GTK_IM_MODULE=gcin' issue with FreeBSD has been fixed, along with some other issues.

          •  08 Oct 2006 15:22

            Release Notes: This release adds multiple new features like GCIN_OUTPUT_FILTER, support for status panel, more custom icons, and a setup wizard. It also features many improvements and performance optimizations. Many smaller bugs were fixed.

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