Downloading Free Simplified Chinese Text Support
Thread poster: Mavericker (X)

Mavericker (X)
Nov 5, 2006

Hello. I downloaded a program that enabled free text support for Chinese and other Asian languages on my computer. It enabled text support for all Traditional Chinese characters, but not for Simplified Chinese-it only enabled partial text support for Simplified Chinese; some of the characters are omitted. Is there any free programs I can download that will enable all Simplified Chinese text support? Please let me know.icon_biggrin.gif


Mavericker (X)
I need help with Simplified CHinese text support Nov 10, 2006

The program I downloaed was either from a CEDICT file or EDICT file-I think it under a CJK heading. I'm not sure. In anyt case, why wouldn't it download for Simplified Chinese Text Support completely?


Mavericker (X)
Help with Downloading Office Tool XP: Global IME (Simplied Chinese) Nov 11, 2006

Hello. Is anyone there? Does anyone know anything about downloading Office Tool XP: Global IME (Simplified Chinese Text Support):

Should I change the default language to Simplified Chinese, or leave it as English? Please let me know.


lin quan
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English to Chinese
You can download the njstar. Dec 19, 2006

You can download the njstar.


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