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Last edited on 2011-12-03 16:52:20 by darkcity [brot]
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[[HomePage]] >[[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[NativeLanguageSupport Language Support]]


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Edited on 2009-11-27 08:45:38 by CrustyLobster [brot]
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The Scim files are here http://puppylinux.ca/members/Scim/
and here http://puppylinux.asia/members/Scim/


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Edited on 2009-11-27 08:40:33 by CrustyLobster [brot]
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Others only let you install non-UTF-8 locales. In that case, you will need to download and install the locale files yourself. The key is to have locale files that will work properly with the other basic libraries. There is a selection of locale files available that will work with Puppy 2.17 and 4.30 but apparently NOT all versions in between.
For Puppy 3 and Puppy 4 (including 4.30 if you like), select one of these files instead
*__locale_support-0.01.pet__ and __rxvt-unicode-9.06-i486.pet__ can be downloaded
Deletions:
Others only let you install non-UTF-8 locales. In that case, you will need to download and install the locale files yourself. The key is to have locale files that will work properly with the other basic libraries. There is a selection of locale files available at http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti/locale that will work with Puppy 2.17 and 4.30 but apparently NOT all versions in between.
For Puppy 3 and Puppy 4 (including 4.30 if you like), select one of these files instead: http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti/locale-p3
*__locale_support-0.01.pet__ and __rxvt-unicode-9.06-i486.pet__ can be downloaded from http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti


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Edited on 2009-10-23 07:47:39 by Puppyite [brot]
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CategoryDocumentation


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Edited on 2009-10-21 15:49:48 by Puppyite [brot]
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==Categories==
CategoryAdditionalSoftware
CategoryDocumentation
CategoryMultilingual


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Edited on 2009-10-21 15:20:14 by Puppyite [brot]
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======{{color text="Getting Scim working in Other Programs" c="black"}}======
==={{color text="Set Up Locale" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Configure Scim" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Install UTF-8 capable Terminal" c="black"}}===
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======Getting Scim working in Other Programs======
===Set Up Locale===
===Configure Scim===
===Install UTF-8 capable Terminal===


Revision [2359]

Edited on 2009-10-19 21:47:53 by Irihapeti [Added some notes about Puppy 3 & 4 series]
Additions:
Firstly, you need to set up a UTF-8 locale. Puppy 4.30 allows you to install a UTF-8 locale from the "chooselocale" option in the menu (or right-click on the desktop). Run this option before you do anything else.
Others only let you install non-UTF-8 locales. In that case, you will need to download and install the locale files yourself. The key is to have locale files that will work properly with the other basic libraries. There is a selection of locale files available at http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti/locale that will work with Puppy 2.17 and 4.30 but apparently NOT all versions in between.
For Puppy 3 and Puppy 4 (including 4.30 if you like), select one of these files instead: http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti/locale-p3
Unarchive the locale file of your choice to /usr/lib/locale.
Check that the new locale directory that you have installed has the extension .UTF-8 and **not** .utf8 . If necessary, rename the directory.
and change it from __"white smoke"__ to just __white__ without any quotation marks. If you are running one of the Puppy 4 series with white text in the terminal, choose __black__ instead. (If you want to try some other colours, there are lots of choices in the file /usr/X11R7/lib/X11/rgb.txt. Use the ones without spaces in them, such as ""LightSlateGray"".)
Deletions:
Firstly, you need to set up a UTF-8 locale. Some of the later versions of Puppy allow you to install a UTF-8 locale from the "chooselocale" option in the menu (or right-click on the desktop). Run this option before you do anything else.
Others only let you install non-UTF-8 locales. In that case, you will need to download and install the locale files yourself. The key is to have locale files that will work properly with the other basic libraries. There is a selection of locale files available at http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti/locale that will work with Puppy 2.17 and 4.30 and presumably all versions in between. Unarchive the locale file of your choice to /usr/lib/locale.
Check that the new locale directory that you have installed has the extension .UTF-8 and not .utf8 . If necessary, rename the directory.
and change it from __"white smoke"__ to just __white__ without any quotation marks. (If you want to try some other colours, there are lots of choices in the file /usr/X11R7/lib/X11/rgb.txt. Use the ones without spaces in them, such as ""LightSlateGray"".)


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2009-10-18 11:47:33 by Irihapeti [Added some notes about Puppy 3 & 4 series]
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