IBus Anthy 1.2.6 was released

IBus-Anthy 1.2.6 was released last week and it was integrated in Fedora.

# yum install ibus-anthy
# rpm -q ibus-anthy

You also could get the tarball directly from http://code.google.com/p/ibus/downloads/list .
Now an old character style dictionary is available in ibus-anthy

If you type ‘vi’ with this dict, you could type the Japanese old Katakana ‘vi’ below

The viewer of the dictionary is available from the ibus-anthy’s settings -> ‘Dictionary’ tab -> ‘Old Character Style’ dictionary -> Click ‘View’

The actual file is /usr/share/ibus-anthy/dicts/symbol.t .
Also the embedded Romaji typing table is updated, e.g. vya, vyu, vye, as I informed in the previous thread.

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2 Responses to IBus Anthy 1.2.6 was released

  1. wait, so that’s what those weird katakana are?! I always wondered šŸ™‚

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