openSUSE Gnome Basics: Japanese Kana Kanji and Pinyin input Part 3

Continued from Gnome Basics: Japanese Kana Kanji and Pinyin input Part 2

Basic usage for the Google Pinyin input source


To type Chinese characters:

1. Press <Super>-Space or click Chinese (GooglePinyin) on the top panel.



2. Start typing in Pinyin. As you type, the input system suggests characters.

In the following example, zaoshang was typed.


3. Press the number of the preferred characters or press the Space Bar to accept the suggested characters.

Note: Pressing the Enter key inputs the typed Pinyin.

4. Press the Space Bar to add a space and input the next set of characters. Press the Return or Enter key to move the cursor to the next line.

The following screen capture shows the following text:

jīntiān xiàwǔ / 今天下午 / this afternoon
Tóngshì/ 同事 / colleague
Duǎn / 短 / short




Continued in openSUSE Gnome Basics: Japanese Kana Kanji and Pinyin input Part 4

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