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Daily Archives: 2009-12-10
While you can use the Character Map accessory (Linux, Windows) to occasionally enter a few characters, you will want to install an input method if you intend to input Japanese characters with any frequency. Linux A popular method on Linux … Continue reading
Recent versions of operating systems should display Japanese characters without additional configuration. The following sample displays fine on Linux (tested: Firefox, Konqueror) and Windows XP (tested: Firefox, IE): ã™ã¹ã¦ã®äººé–“ã¯ã€ç”Ÿã¾ã‚ŒãªãŒã‚‰ã«ã—ã¦è‡ªç”±ã§ã‚ã‚Šã€ ã‹ã¤ã€å°ŠåŽ³ã¨æ¨©åˆ©ã¨ ã«ã¤ã„ã¦å¹³ç‰ã§ã‚ã‚‹ã€‚ äººé–“ã¯ã€ç†æ€§ã¨è‰¯å¿ƒã¨ã‚’æŽˆã‘ã‚‰ã‚Œã¦ãŠã‚Šã€ äº’ã„ã«åŒèƒžã®ç²¾ç¥žã‚’ã‚‚ã£ã¦è¡Œå‹•ã—ãªã‘ã‚Œã°ãªã‚‰ãªã„ã€‚ If you’re using IE8, you may have … Continue reading