Chris Pratley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You need to install the IME (Input Method Editor) for Korean, and type using
> that (use the IE5 Korean IME or the one in the Office 2000 Proofing Tools
> Kit). The visual keyboard simply shows the layout, and is not an IME so it
> does not combine the Jamos into Hangul by itself.
Thanks for the tip. I eventually came around to download the Korean
IME, and indeed I could form Korean blocks. However, I never managed
to Visual Keyboard to show me Hangul letters and still have the Jamo
building in effect.
Anyway, I swiftly uninstalled the IME, as I don't have any real need
for it, so it would more likely to be in the way. But it's fun to try.
-- Erland Sommarskog, Stockholm, email@example.com
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