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skim

   1.4.5  

KDE Other Software

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Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  21792
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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 2 comments

 
 by somekool on: Feb 25 2005
 
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1 - i got CPU load problem with skim.... it really crank up and took all my ressources until it get to a load avg of 20... I kill it...

2 - skim has two toolbar, one which allow me to switch between romanji, hiragana, katakana and the other one that show me kanji choices for my hiragana..... would you please MERGE those... or better, show the second one right at the text cursor position and allow me to scroll within those easily...

thanks.


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 Re: 2 comments

 
 by liucougar on: Feb 25 2005
 
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1. I do not have this issue and never heard of it from other users. Could you find someone else who encounter the same problem?

2. The input window (the latter one you mentioned) is supposed to follow the cursor. If it does not, then make sure that you do not select the sticky option in the configure dialog, under input window item on the left.


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

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 Re: Re: 2 comments+1

 
 by somekool on: Feb 26 2005
 
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1. I'll look into that

2. cool

3. could not the first toolbar be in the systray ? or a kicker applet ? or something not floating ?


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 Re: Re: Re: 2 commen

 
 by liucougar on: Feb 26 2005
 
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3. there is another icon in systray to indicate the current input method of skim. If you feel that floating toolbar is annoying, you can just disable it in configure dialog. However, I do not think you want to do that: without that toolbar, you can not toggle any options available to the current input method you are using.


"People's characters are strengthened through struggle against
difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 2 commen

 
 by somekool on: Feb 26 2005
 
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its what I meant....

why not those options could be selectable from the systray/kicker applet ?

like in osx and windows

osx = all options for all input method merged
windows = two icons


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by liucougar on: Feb 26 2005
 
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ok, I now understand what are you asking.

yes, that's possible. I will implement something like the windows way (I do not have access to mac os, unfortunately) in future releases.

FYI: I checked that, under windows, most of the installed chinese input methods display the floating "toolbar" and only one of them give you the opinion to minimize into the system tray.

thanks for this idea.


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difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
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 by somekool on: Feb 27 2005
 
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I'm using Japanese, its where I got the idea from, its sits in the systray.



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 by liucougar on: Mar 28 2005
 
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the main window is reduced in skim 1.2.2. How do you think about it?


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 problem with 3.4

 
 by somekool on: Jul 8 2005
 
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skim does not work with kde application since I updated to kde 3.4.x


works fine with firefox

anyone got the same problem ?


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 Re: problem with 3.4

 
 by liucougar on: Jul 10 2005
 
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did you recompile skim against kde 3.4?

skim is compatible with kde >= 3.2 (although only tested with kde >= 3.3)


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

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 Re: problem with 3.4

 
 by chenkenshin on: Dec 18 2005
 
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I met the same problem.It works with firefox,OpenOffice,but doesn't work with KDE Applications.
And I updated to kde 3.5 recently.


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 skim under ubuntu ho

 
 by miguipda on: Jul 22 2005
 
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Hi I tried to install the skim program on my ubuntu hoary (debian based).

I already installed (1.02 given by the package installer available in this distribution) :
scim,
scim-chinese,
scim-config-socket,
scim-frontend-socket,
scim-gtk2-immodule,
scim-server-socket,
scim-tables-zh.

I tried to install the skim 1.4.0 but I received those errors even if I tried to find the UIC, MOC and so on not found items.

root@desktop: # ./configure
Checking for Python : /usr/bin/python
Checking for SCons : Use Bundled scons.
Checking for kde-config : kde-config was found
Checking for kde version : 3.4.0
Checking for the qt library : qt was found as /usr
Checking for uic : uic was found as /usr/bin/uic
Checking for moc : moc was found as /usr/bin/moc
Checking for the qt includes : the qt headers were found in /usr/include/qt3/
Checking for the kde includes : the kde headers were found in /usr/include/kde/
Checking for pkg-config : Found
Checking for scim >= 1.3.3 ... Not Found
Checking for scim-x11utils ... Not Found
scim >= 1.3.3 was not found (mandatory).
Perhaps you should add the directory containing "scim.pc"
to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
root@desktop: # ./scons
scons: Reading SConscript files ...
Checking for scim >= 1.3.3 ... Not Found
Checking for scim-x11utils ... Not Found
scim >= 1.3.3 was not found (mandatory).
Perhaps you should add the directory containing "scim.pc"
to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable

Then I want to know what does I do to install skim corectly and be able to use it?

Thanks a lot and have a nice day.


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 Re: skim under ubunt

 
 by liucougar on: Aug 3 2005
 
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you have to upgrade to scim 1.4.0 first before installing skim 1.4.0


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difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage

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 Re: Re: skim under ubunt

 
 by miguipda on: Aug 16 2005
 
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Of course I installed it (scim 1.4.0) before trying installing skim.

Then ... ???


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 Re: Re: Re: skim und

 
 by liucougar on: Aug 17 2005
 
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remove all old packages first

"Perhaps you should add the directory containing "scim.pc"
to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable"

please search where is your scim.pc (from scim 1.4.x) is located, and adjust PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable accordingly


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

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 kconfig problem

 
 by huahaiy on: Sep 22 2005
 
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If I choose kconfig instead of simple, skim doesn't work, i.e. the input method list is empty.

So I am using simple config. It works, but for each application, I have to click to Chinese input to make Ctrl-space works.

I am on KDE 3.4.2, XIM, and en_US utf-8


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 Re: kconfig problem

 
 by liucougar on: Oct 6 2005
 
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upgrade your scim to latest version please


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difficulties; they are weakened by comfort."
- Old Chinese adage

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 Re: Re: kconfig prob

 
 by huahaiy on: Oct 25 2005
 
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I have scim 1.4.2, and skim 1.4.2. Both compiled from source.

With kconfig selected, if I tried to run skim, it will say scim failed to load. If I run scim alone, it will either hang with 100% cpu, or exit abnormally.

With simple config, everything is fine.


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 Re: Re: Re: kconfig

 
 by liucougar on: Oct 30 2005
 
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please give more info

did you recompile skim 1.4.2 against scim 1.4.2?

Is scim/skim compiled using the same version of gcc as your whole system?


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 french and others...

 
 by somekool on: Nov 9 2005
 
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Hello !
I love skim... switching between US and JP keyboard never been this easy.

I was wondering if you could add more keyboard, like canadian french for example. those are the three that I need.

US, JP, QC ;)

thanks


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 Re: french and other

 
 by liucougar on: Nov 28 2005
 
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sorry, I am not sure what you are demanding.

Could you be more specific?


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 Re: Re: french and o

 
 by somekool on: Nov 28 2005
 
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the hability to use skim to switch from a english, japanese and FRENCH keyboard.


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 Re: Re: Re: french a

 
 by liucougar on: Nov 29 2005
 
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when you input japanese, in fact, you still have your current keyboard layout: it does not change at all AFAICT.

So if you want to change to another layout temporary, it is beyond the scope of skim (at least atm)


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 skim stop working

 
 by somekool on: Jan 21 2006
 
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does anyone else has that problem with skim ? for a while it works 100%. and suddenly, after who knows what. skim keyboards list is empty. can't switch.

sometimes I've been able to fix it by recompiling few packages in some specific order, but I always do it kinda.... non precisely.

anyone have a real fix for me ?

PS: I'm using gentoo at the moment, but I had the same problem with other distribution as well.

thanks.


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 Re: skim stop workin

 
 by liucougar on: Jan 30 2006
 
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Make sure you compile all the packages with the same version of gcc

when you upgrade kde, recompile skim as well


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