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More Manjaro config: Chinese input and clock setting

Haidong Ji 发表于 2017年12月28日 11:05 | Hits: 786
Tag: Linux | Technology

I’m enjoying running Manjaro Arch Linux on my workstation so far. Some additional notes below.

1. I had trouble getting Fcitx Chinese input working, so I used IBus instead. Here is what I installed using Manjaro’s package GUI tool: IBus Preferences and ibus-pinyin;

2. IBus Pinyin works fine on this system except for Emacs. Using the system’s IME for Chinese input into Emacs is a fairly common problem. There are various hacks to get it work (mostly dealing with playing with LC_CTYPE=zh_CN.utf8), none to my liking. So I installed anEmacs package from MELPA, pyim. I put the following into my .emacs.d/init.el:

   (require 'pyim)
   (require 'pyim-basedict) ; 拼音词库设置,五笔用户 *不需要* 此行设置
   (pyim-basedict-enable)   ; 拼音词库,五笔用户 *不需要* 此行设置
   (setq default-input-method "pyim")

Ctrl-backslash invokes this input method. Ctrl-n and Ctrl-b pages down and up for character selections. It’s not as sophisticated as a full-blown IME, but it’ll do in a pinch.

3. I customized the format of the clock in system tray to %Y-%m-%d %A %R

原文链接: https://www.haidongji.com/2017/12/27/more-manjaro-config-chinese-input-and-clock-setting/

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