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README for Debian package of scim-chewing
=======================

This is Chewing IM engine module for SCIM. With this module,
you can use the intelligent ZhuYin input method for Chinese.

How to enable
-----------------------
Please follow the instructions at
    - /usr/share/doc/scim/README.Debian.gz

Hot keys
-----------------------
Control+space:  open/close the input method.
Space:  select candidate phrase.
Right/Left Arrow: switch candidate phrase pages.
Tab:  dispart/connect a phrase.
Ctrl+1:  select punctuation.
  You can also click on scim's brief help button on scim panel for
  other hotkeys information.

News
-----------------------
For latest news see New Chewing project website at
    - http://chewing.csie.net

Known Problem
-----------------------
Your user's phrase database file may be corrupted when scim does not
exit gracefully, for example, during an X11 server crash or power
outage.  You can not input Chinese with Scim afterwards.


Tips for Rescue
-----------------------
You can restart scim by
	$ pkill scim-launcher ; scim -d

If scim still does not work properly, you have to remove your phrase
database file ($HOME/.chewing/uhash.dat for libchewing >= 0.3.0 or
$HOME/.chewing/hash.dat for older versions) and restart scim.
Note: you will lose all your personal and favorite phrases this way!

Tips for Han-Yu PinYin keyboard types selection
-----------------------
There are a various keyboard types are supported. You can also click
on scim's setup button on scim panel to launch scim-setup to switch
the keyboard type.

Have fun

 -- Andrew Lee <andrew@linux.org.tw>