Re: [nvda-translations] Korean input: some concerns and problems

Hi Joseph,

I dont know if you saw this or not, but Mick has just recently set up a list 
where these issues will be discussed.
It would be great if you can give him feedback on that list, since he is 
currently working on adding input method support for asian languages.

Best wishes,
Mesar

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Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 21:32:05 +1000
From: Michael Curran <mick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: NVDA screen reader development <nvda-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [NVDA-dev] A new NVDA dev list for Asian character input

Hi all,

Today I created a new email list for people interested in contributing 
to NVDA's support for Asian character input, which I am currently 
working on in the inputMethods branch.

Info on the list or to join, go to:
http://lists.nvaccess.org/listinfo/nvda-dev-asia

The goal with this work is to allow users to efficiently enter asian 
characters (specifically Chinese and Japanese) using NVDA, which 
includes reading of candidate characters, and navigation of the 
composition string. This also includes better announcement of input 
method switching.

I would like to thank both the TDTB in Taiwan and the HKBU in Hong Kong 
for funding this particular project.

Thanks
Mick
On Sun 08/07/12,14:49, Joseph Lee wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Korean beta testing is going well - people report that the interface is
> usable. However, the Korean forum members raised some concerns with input
> processing and processing of Hanja (Chinese characters in Korean):
> Issue: when typing in Korean, input announcement by character doesn't work,
> although announcing input by words and command keys works as expected. I
> think this is the matter of editing character descriptions file.
> Concern: Hanja processing in Korean should be implemented Korean uses about
> 1800 regular Chinese characters, and including variant symbols, the number
> of Hanja characters becomes over 25000. Also, there were some suggestions to
> include Korean as one of the input methods branch mostly because of special
> character inputs required (Korean uses non-Latin script) and because of
> special uses of Chinese character keyboard input (on Korean keyboards, the
> right CTRL key usually acts as Hanja input toggle).
> Thanks for your considerations.
> Cheers,
> Joseph
> 
> 
> 

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