Articles Tagged with ‘Typing’


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    How to type a Chinese / Japanese name dot · (interpunct) on Windows, Mac or Linux

    Ever noticed the little dots that appear in names in Chinese and Japanese? They’re called interpuncts and look like this: · But how do you type them?

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  • 普通话

    Speed up pinyin input: be incomplete!

    You can make your Chinese typing lightening fast by using incomplete pinyin. Just type the first letter of each syllable, and let the smart pinyin system work it’s magic!

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  • 普通话

    How to type ü in pinyin input systems

    Type v to get ü. Just a quick tip on typing u with an umlaut (aka diaeresis or trema) in pinyin input systems. You can also combine with number keys to get tone marks above the diaeresis: ǖ, ǘ, ǚ, ǜ.

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  • 普通话

    Why Wubi Chinese input is better than pinyin

    Most people use pinyin-based input methods to type Chinese. Another option is Wubi, and it offers a lot of advantages, especially for learners. Find out why.

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    Input Chinese, Japanese and Korean in Ubuntu

    A guide to setting up CJK input for complex characters on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other operating systems. Use this to type in Chinese, Japanese or Korean.

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