[KS] Getting Hanja in Mac IME
Clark W Sorensen
sangok at u.washington.edu
Fri Aug 24 13:24:31 EDT 2012
Thanks. This works. The only thing is, the hanja follows the hangul in parentheses. While I suppose that's how Korean is written these days, I'm an old codger who sometimes just wants the hanja in there by themselves.
On Thu, 23 Aug 2012, matty wegehaupt wrote:
> For hanja on Mac - First of all - I use the 2-Set Korean input method that comes with the Mac OS
> 1. Type in the hangul e.g. han
> 2. after typing the last letter "n", "han" should be underlined. At that point, press "option" and "enter" at the same time
> 3. This will bring up a list of all the "han" hanja, starting with the most commonly used. Use arrow up and down to choose your hanja and press
> enter again.
> You can see a video of what this process looks like here:
> good luck,
> Matty Wegehaupt
> On Aug 23, 2012, at 7:28 PM, Clark W Sorensen wrote:
> Korea Studies savants,
> Does anybody know how to insert hanja in hangul text using the hangul IME for Macbook Air? I can easily get hangul text, Japanese
> text with kanji, and Chinese characters using pinyin, but I can't figure out how to get hanja in the hangul IPE. On Windows machines
> when you open the IPE you get a menu that includes a hangul-hanja conversion button. On my Mac, however, I can see no menus.
> Suggestions anyone?
> Clark Sorensen
> University of Washington
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