Flexible Context-aware Input Tool with eXtension

In 12.2, openSUSE will bring you two excellent and modern Input Method Frameworks (IMF), one of them is fcitx, a Flexible Context-aware Input Tool with eXtension. It is default input method for locale as ko, zh_CN and zh_SG.

Fcitx supports pinyin and table input methods. thus it supports many African and Asian locales. (you can find many fcitx-table-* package with details about which locale it applies in YaST) Besides the wide coverage, fcitx is also the leader of creative features in IMF field. It by now supports Import of User Dictionaries (like create your own input tables), GNOME 3/KDE 4 native configuration module (through a GNOME extension kimpanel and a kcm-module kcm-fcitx, which is the first IMF using KCM technology!), KDE 4 integration with a plasmoid named KIMpanel or a 3rd-party application named KIMToy, English Keyboard with libpresage predition support, best 3rd-party IMs' integration like Sunpinyin/libpinyin/Googlepinyin/RIME with no-pain trans-inputing between CJK. Even can fetch words from Internet servers to power your inputs! And it ships the capability of using Skins (branding-openSUSE is good, but you still can get more from kde-look.org. There's a special section for Fcitx!)

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SLE-default.tar.gz 0000304131 297 KB about 5 years
_service 0000000474 474 Bytes over 7 years
baselibs.conf 0000001224 1.2 KB almost 6 years
fcitx-4.2.8.3_dict.tar.xz 0008642480 8.24 MB about 6 years
fcitx-README.suse 0000002963 2.89 KB about 7 years
fcitx-password-visible-on-clutter-entry.patch 0000007756 7.57 KB over 5 years
fcitx.changes 0000019429 19 KB over 4 years
fcitx.spec 0000023852 23.3 KB over 4 years
macros.fcitx 0000000617 617 Bytes over 6 years
openSUSE-default.tar.gz 0000306602 299 KB over 6 years
xim.d-fcitx 0000000549 549 Bytes almost 6 years
xim.fcitx.suse.template 0000000814 814 Bytes over 6 years
xinput-fcitx 0000000376 376 Bytes over 6 years
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