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JavaScript Japanese Input Module

The JavaScript Japanese Input Module makes it possible to input Japanese characters on systems where there is no Japanese input module installed. It supports the input of Japanese using the normal Latin keyboard and automatically converts characters to hiragana or katakana alphabets. Pressing the space key pops up a kanji selection (about 3000 kanji are supported), and pressing enter pastes the Japanese text to the caller form. It has been tested with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and Mozilla.

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  •  21 Feb 2004 07:04

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