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Traditional Chinese Localization

Windows CE .NET

Three important localization features for the Traditional Chinese language are fonts, Input Method Editors (IMEs), and input methods (IMs). Platform Builder installs the Mingliu TrueType font by default. The following table shows the IMEs that are included with Platform Builder for Traditional Chinese products.

IME Description
Pocket IME A compact IME that provides a sample customizable UI model. Users can choose between phonetic input and input by radical (Chang Jei). Softkeyboards are included for both inputs.

For more information about which configurations support IME, see Configuration Selection.

For more information about how to customize the Traditional Chinese Pocket IME, see Traditional Chinese Pocket IME.

In addition to the IME, Platform Builder supports the U.S. keyboard for Traditional Chinese build.

Platform Builder also provides the following IMs.

IM Description
Phonetic Allows phonetic input based on the Bopomofo standard. This is a sample IM with a soft keyboard that allows phonetic input. It is closely tied to the Phonetic IME. The source code is located in %_WINCEROOT%\Public\Common\Sdk\Samples\CHTIM\PHON.
Chang Jei A sample IM with a soft keyboard that allows Chang Jei input and is closely tied to the Chang Jei IME. Allows input by radical. The source code is located in %_WINCEROOT%\Public\Common\Sdk\Samples\CHTIM\CHAJEI.
Handwriting Recognizer Engine (HWX) A handwriting recognition engine for supporting user-drawn ideographs and characters. Platform Builder includes a sample UI named Mboxcht.

Platform Builder includes a sample UI for HWX that is similar to Multibox for Japanese.

Mboxcht A sample IM for Traditional Chinese handwriting input that works with the HWX engine. The source code is located in %_WINCEROOT%\Public\Common\Sdk\Samples\MBOXCHT.

For more information about Traditional Chinese input methods, see Traditional Chinese Input Methods.

See Also

Configuration Selection

 Last updated on Friday, October 08, 2004

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