AIMM (Active IMM) as documented in the web workshop on MSDN is the only way
to support the IME on Japanese. It does assume you have IE 5.0 or 5.5 with
Japanese text input support installed, but it lets me type things like
by <alt+shift> in Outlook Express, which also supports AIMM. (Hopefully the
above made it through for a msg with UTF-8 encoding. :-)
You can see the following link:
for more info. Unfortunately, it has been stated that future versions of
AIMM may not be backward compatible... which scared me away from finishing
up a sample that uses it (there are not any publicly available samples so I
may yet change my mind!).
----- Original Message -----
From: "pierre vaures" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Unicode List" <email@example.com>
Cc: "christophe durand" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 9:07 AM
Subject: Japanese && US application II
> To Whom It May Concern:
> We develop, on US - NT4 using Visual C++ 6.0, an international
> Japanese and US users.
> We succeed to display both English and Japanese (Kanji, Hiragana,
> characters thanks to the MS Arial Unicode Font (And this newsgroup).
> Remark: the MS Mincho font is not working properly.
> Now we would like to allow the Japanese User to write Japenese characters
> our dialog box (using IME or not) and this still on a US-NT4 OS.
> If you have any information, or ideas, thanks for your help.
> Pierre Vaures
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