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    Chinese on Mac with Colemak

    • Started by Cris987
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    • Registered: 29-Mar-2009
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    Does anyone know how I can use the colemak mapping to type traditional/simplified chinese on a Mac?

    I know you can do this with Koeteri, but chinese doesn't seem to have a similar option.

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    • Registered: 11-Dec-2005
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    Any solution to this? I have this problem as well.

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    • Registered: 31-Jan-2012
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    Anyone ever figure this out?  I am facing the same problem.

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    • Registered: 12-Jul-2010
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    You can use KeyRemap4MacBook.

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    • Registered: 29-May-2018
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    I have a similar problem... I have a great Colemak keyboard, but when I want to type in Korean it assumes that it is a QWERTY layout.  I am using Linux, most of my text editing is done in emacs.  How do I solve this?

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    • From: Oslo, Norway
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    I have no idea. On Windows, the IME is separate from the layout itself I think, or at the least you can use EPKL with them. Looks like they pulled a trick for Linux, but I don't know enough about Linux IMEs.

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