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Japanese Input Method on Fedora 18

by John McGehee on April 15, 2013

This article describes how to set up Japanese and Chinese text input with Gnome 3.6 on Fedora 18. I’ve used Japanese text input since RHEL 3, and with every version it gets easier. Similar articles describe the procedure for other Fedora versions. [click to continue…]

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An important skill you will need for the AP Japanese and Chinese exams is keyboarding.  If you are too slow on the keyboard, you will not get the score you deserve.  Typing Japanese and Chinese is fun so get started now and be ready on exam day!  Here’s how to set up your existing English Linux, Windows or Macintosh computer. [click to continue…]

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