Nihongo Input Tool/2

Release date: 
Wednesday, 11 April, 2018



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Nihongo Input Tool/2 is a simple Japanese input software for English version of ArcaOS and eComStation 2.x or higher.

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Manual installation

Program is distributed as ZIP package: download to temporary directory and unpack to destination folder. Run install.cmd. See below for download link(s).

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

Nihongo Input Tool/2 v. 1.2a (11/4/2018, torakun(TetuGen.ikeI)) Readme/What's new
What is this? It is simple Japanese input software for English version ArcaOS and eComStation 2.x or higher. [how to use] Select CODEPAGE = 850, 932or943. System Setup > Appearance > eStyler Preferences > Titlebar > Font > Times New Roman MT 30, also change the font of Dialogs. Properties > Language > Codepage > 932or943 of the software you want to display in Japanese Please drag and drop "Times New Roman MT 30" with Alt key + from the font palette to the software menu part. Extract it to a suitable directory and execute install.cmd. On the desktop A log object should be created. Focus on one line input field and input. You can turn on / off kanji conversion with Esc key. Execute Kanji conversion and select the first letter of the conversion candidate list with the space key. The conversion candidate characters can be confirmed with the ↓ key and then the Enter key. This character You can confirm by double click as well. Please enter English and half-width numbers directly with multi-line editing (MLE). Also, correction and insertion Please do it by cutting & pasting in multiple entry fields. For completed sentences, use the copy in the menu column, or select the necessary part and copy Please paste it to your browser or editor. The font of the multi-line edit field (MLE) can be changed. Drop from the font palette or edit NIT 2, ini. There is no IME. The enclosed NIME_DIC.txt is a dictionary, and the kanji that it searches for and enters By displaying it as a candidate, I am creating an IME-like environment. Therefore, conversion efficiency will change depending on the editing of NIME_DIC.txt.
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