can this dictionary support chinese?

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can this dictionary support chinese?

Post by seacat » Sun Mar 15, 2015 2:42 pm

I use stardic which is chinese-chinese dictionary, but I can't select the Chinese character.
Is there a plan to improve it?
and I tired the kbd.txt,but it dosen't word. Maybe chinese characters is to many which more than 15000 :D .

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Re: can this dictionary support chinese?

Post by sergeyvl » Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:11 am

seacat wrote:I use stardic which is chinese-chinese dictionary, but I can't select the Chinese character.
Is there a plan to improve it?
and I tired the kbd.txt,but it dosen't word. Maybe chinese characters is to many which more than 15000 :D .
But .., I don't know the special keyboard with 15000 keys for chinese. As far as I know, people in China use standard PC keyboard. Please tell me what's the secret here?

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Re: can this dictionary support chinese?

Post by seacat » Sat Mar 21, 2015 2:12 pm

yes,we use standard keyboard,but the chinese character is not like english words. We input the character use a method called "PINYIN", but it is not map one-for-one.
So they are Chinese pictograms.

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Re: can this dictionary support chinese?

Post by seacat » Sat Mar 21, 2015 2:14 pm

sergeyvl wrote:
seacat wrote:I use stardic which is chinese-chinese dictionary, but I can't select the Chinese character.
Is there a plan to improve it?
and I tired the kbd.txt,but it dosen't word. Maybe chinese characters is to many which more than 15000 :D .
But .., I don't know the special keyboard with 15000 keys for chinese. As far as I know, people in China use standard PC keyboard. Please tell me what's the secret here?
In computer, one chinsese character take 2 bytes in unicode and take 3 bytes in UTF-8.

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