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More Koteori (Japanese input) tips
Authored by: Stormchild on Mar 20, '08 08:18:59AM

Good stuff! Thanks.

I'm a big fan of Kotoeri. It has evolved into a very powerful system not only for input but even conversion and transliteration.

The new Japanese dictionaries in the Dictionary that comes with Leopard are excellent as well. They work with the usual pop-up dictionary command (Command-Control-D), so you can easily look up words in webpages, text files, emails, etc., and it all ties into the same system.

Try it here (it even recognizes okurigana). Hover your mouse cursor over any part of this sentence (fragment), and press Control-Command-D:


(If it's not working, make sure the "Look up in Dictionary" keyboard shortcut is enabled in System Preferences > Mouse & Keyboard > Keyboard Shortcuts).

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