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#11
If you delete/uninstall all scim related stuff, using the application manager, the virtual keyboard will come back. Legality aside, the best experience you will get in browsing international sites is to copy arialuni.ttf from your Window XP to usr/share/fonts/. One excellent font for almost all languages! For input, try googling for web-based input. For example, for Chinese, I use: http://guohongtao.googlepages.com/vk.html; for Japanese, I use: http://sumibi.org/?long=1.
 
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Originally Posted by ch8xy View Post
If you delete/uninstall all scim related stuff, using the application manager, the virtual keyboard will come back. Legality aside, the best experience you will get in browsing international sites is to copy arialuni.ttf from your Window XP to usr/share/fonts/. One excellent font for almost all languages! For input, try googling for web-based input. For example, for Chinese, I use: http://guohongtao.googlepages.com/vk.html; for Japanese, I use: http://sumibi.org/?long=1.
several months back, I added a font to some folder and everything works beautiful. I then gave up that N800 to my kid and got a new N800. This time, I install the CJK project stuff and messed up the keyboard. I believe adding a font is the best thing to do. I will try your method. And a big thank you to save from a reflesh.


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