[KS] Getting Hanja in Mac IME

matty wegehaupt wegehaum at lawrence.edu
Thu Aug 23 21:20:36 EDT 2012


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:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuWUThwHlBg

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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