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skim

   1.4.5  

KDE Other Software

Score 82%
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  21791
Submitted:  Jul 21 2004
Updated:  Jun 5 2006

Description:

skim is an input method platform based upon scim-lib under *NIX systems (including GNU/Linux and FreeBSD) systems optimized for KDE. It provides a GUI panel (named scim-panel-kde), a KConfig config module and SetupUIs for itself and scim-lib. It also has its own plugin systems which support on-demand loadable actions.

(skim has been incorporated in most distros, so you may want to check your distros repository first)

more details
http://www.scim-im.org/




Changelog:

1.4.5 Bug Fix release:
Fixed: crash issue when deleting helper properties
Improved: implement session management support to save user config when logout from session
Fixed: compilation with qt 3.3.6
Updated: Korean translation

1.4.4 Bug Fix release:
Fixed: -f option did not work properly
Fixed: name of Built-in compose (european keyboard support) IM
Fixed: kde 3.3 compatibility
Fixed: filter saving bugs
Improved: user can not disable the setupwindow plugin to prevent users from having no configure dialog by accident
Improved: display the name of the current IM by default
Added: Panjabi(pa) translation

1.4.3 Minor Bug fix release:
Improved: apperance consistency of buttons in main window
Fixed: compile problem with qt 3.3.5
Fixed: scim-setup could not be started

1.4.2 Minor Bug fix release:
Improved: added move up/down button in filter config dialog
Improved: added ComposeKeyFactory in IMEngine setup dialog
Fixed: a bug in configure script (affecting debian system)
Fixed: toggling main window mode did not update property buttons in it

1.4.1 Minor bug fix release:
Improved: embedded mode (in kicker) of main window
Fixed: build system issues in regarding to packaging and 64 systems

1.4.0 Stable release:
Fixed remaining build system issues




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 pardon my ignorance

 
 by LMCBoy on: Aug 12 2004
 
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...but what the heck is an "input method platform"?


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 Re: pardon my ignora

 
 by liucougar on: Aug 12 2004
 
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if you know Chinese/Japanese/Korean then you will have an idea.

Did you hear about uim, IIIMF? SCIM is a kind of such library and framework, while skim is (roughly) a KDE frontend.


"People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage

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 Re: Re: pardon my ignora

 
 by elektroschock on: Aug 21 2004
 
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Or ever did read nasty software patents. Patent attorneys talk like this. And this is probably not the influence of Japanese Patent extremism.

http://gauss.bacon.su.se


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 Re: Re: Re: pardon my ignora

 
 by liucougar on: Aug 21 2004
 
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sorry, but I do not know what you want to express... :(


"People's characters are strengthened through struggle against difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage

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 umh...

 
 by soulrebel on: Aug 31 2004
 
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well i have no clue what this app is supposed to do but if it helps other people with their language and spreads kde all over the world i guess its a great app! ;)
keep it up!


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 Re: umh...

 
 by liucougar on: Aug 31 2004
 
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thanks for your support ;)


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 scim 9.4

 
 by TimLinux on: Sep 9 2004
 
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Where do I get scim 0.9.4 required for the suse rpm? On scim site its only 0.9.2 sources. I tried to force install, but skim crashes wehn I try to use it.


TimLinux
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 Re: scim 9.4

 
 by liucougar on: Sep 9 2004
 
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You must have refered to the old (abandoned) scim homepage

please download latest scim-lib (version 1.0.0) from
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/scim/scim-1.0.0.tar.gz?download

The new SCIM project homepage is
http://scim.freedesktop.org


"People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage

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 sKim Install problem

 
 by miguipda on: Sep 28 2004
 
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Hi,

I know that's a great program. I was waiting for it to leave windoz. But I encounter a big problem.

I download the last version from hier (it's the same situation if I download it from freedesktop.orgà.

If I try to unpack it with KPackage it never opened to be able to click the installation button. Then I can't install it with by this way.

If I click with the left mouse button it wille be opened in my konqueror where I see two buttons. The first is the 'install package with yast' and the other is 'Use directory as source with yast'. This last button is disabled. But the first is enable. Then I click on this only one solution. After what Yast is opened. Then I insert the skim name and it appeared at the right side of yast to be selected for installation. I do it but after that I receive an error message telling that it can find it on the media=media:file not found). That's due to the fact it try to find it on the first cd-rom. I even set the first cd-rom in my drive to see if it wasn't a bug of yast which will bypass the cd-rom after see that it doesn't be there and then will see to the real directory. Bull shit.

Then I tried the more classical rpm (manual) command : rpm -Uvh skim-1.0.0-1suse.i586.rpm
and then I also receive an error message :
error: skim-1.0.0-1suse.i586.rpm: V3 DSA signature: BAD, key ID cfc588cb

error: skim-1.0.0-1suse.i586.rpm cannot be installed

Then I want to know what must I do to install it on my suse 9.1.

Thanks a lot and have a good night.

miguipda ;-))


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 try this one instead

 
 by liucougar on: Sep 29 2004
 
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It seems that's a signature issue.

Please try this file:
http://www.personal.uni-jena.de/~p1woro/rpms/unsigned/skim-1.0.0-1.i386.rpm


"People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage

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 hangul font problem

 
 by winfriedmb2 on: Dec 21 2004
 
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I installed scim 1.0.1 + scim-hangul 0.1.2
+ scim-tables-ko 0.4.3
and then compiled skim 1.0.2.

In non-KDE applications and in Konsole skim works ok. But in for example Kate and Kmail the first Hangul character I type is shown as a dotted square, as if the proper font is missing. When I type the second character so that it becomes a composite Hangul character, it gets normal.
For example from the following text, the first character is shown incorrect in Kate, the second (composite) ok:
ㅇ 아

Does somebody now how to solve this?


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 Re: hangul font prob

 
 by winfriedmb2 on: Dec 23 2004
 
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Solved. I just installed *all* the Korean fonts that are in the Suse distrib.


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