Fixing input to English in a Japanese OS
Thread poster: Rod Walters

Rod Walters  Identity Verified
Japan
Local time: 03:16
Japanese to English
May 11, 2009

I'm trying out MemoQ at the moment, and I'm encountering a novel problem. I'm using IME Standard input with English as the input mode. However, as soon as I do something other than typing in the segment (such as inserting a term), the input switches to Japanese input. Other programs stay in whatever mode you've chosen, so I'm surprised to find a program that misbehaves in this way.

So does anybody know if there's a way to override this automatic switching so I don't have to get into the habit of hitting an extra button every time?

Thanks!


 


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