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Java app on Mac -- can't select input method

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I have a java application that I'm trying to run on a Mac (Powerbook
G5). When trying
to enter Chinese text into a text field, it's not allowing me to
switch input methods.
"Simplified Chinese" is an option in the language dropdown, but
selecting it does nothing.

This seems to be isolated to my application -- other applications let
me switch just fine.

Is there some way to "register" this application as allowing Chinese
input?
AdTHANKSvance,
Mark
Jul 17 '05 #1
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In article <c7**************************@posting.google.com >,
ms*********@hotmail.com (Hegemony Cricket) wrote:
:I have a java application that I'm trying to run on a Mac (Powerbook
:G5). When trying to enter Chinese text into a text field, it's not
:allowing me to switch input methods. "Simplified Chinese" is an
:option in the language dropdown, but selecting it does nothing.
:
:This seems to be isolated to my application -- other applications let
:me switch just fine.
:
:Is there some way to "register" this application as allowing Chinese
:input?
:
:
:AdTHANKSvance,
:Mark


I don't know about your problem, but I would like to know where I can
get my hands on a Powerbook G5!! :-)

= Steve =
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Steve W. Jackson
Montgomery, Alabama
Jul 17 '05 #2

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