Projects / im-ja


im-ja aims to be a generic Japanese input module for GTK+ 2. The currently supported input modes are Hiragana, Katakana, Half-Width Katakana, Zenkaku, Canna, Wnn, Anthy, and Kanji character recognition (based on Kanjipad).


RSS Recent releases

  •  18 Apr 2006 05:46

Release Notes: A Kanji lookup mode through radical selection was added. The systray icon isn't displayed by the helper if the gnome-applet is used. Raw input terminology was changed to direct input. Translation updates and packaging fixes were done.

  •  12 Apr 2005 14:13

Release Notes: Changes include compose sequence and system tray support in addition to some minor fixes.

  •  13 Feb 2005 17:58

Release Notes: Changes include translation fixes, code cleanup, and an update to GTK 2.6.

  •  02 Jul 2004 05:00

Release Notes: This release fixes the help system, allows the candidate window font to be customized, is updated for GTK 2.4, and fixes the Kanji conversion with Canna.

  •  26 May 2004 13:30

Release Notes: Some bugfixes in the xim server and the GTK input module, an enhanced input selection menu, and code cleanups.

RSS Recent comments

25 Feb 2004 23:07 ugbuz

so good
I love this, sadly it only works in GTK2 apps. I wished there would be something similar for KDE/QT too.

The program works so great, I can define the keys I want, and I have a very nice layout (no more shift-space, thought I even could turn that off in kinput2). It's the one that gets closest to M$ IME (which I have to admit is VERY good ...)

15 Apr 2003 05:48 b0ti

Re: looking for libwnn6 tarball

> but I am
> using slackware and I could not find the
> needed libwnn6 libary, can so tell me
> where I can find it ?

or the freewnn version

14 Apr 2003 12:05 jburati

looking for libwnn6 tarball
This program sounds great,
I would like to try it out, but I am using slackware and I could not find the needed libwnn6 libary, can so tell me where I can find it ?



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