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有中国人么 :D
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不有 :lol: :lol:

我是法国人
我学了中文和日文
你是中国人么
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Human is binary : 1+1=10 just look at your hands or your feet :·)
Im a chinese but i dont know how to type it :P
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I don't have any IME, I just copy/paste some words :lol:

And I have mostly used all my Chinese knowledge just to make those simple sentences :D
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Human is binary : 1+1=10 just look at your hands or your feet :·)
Vierax wrote:I don't have any IME, I just copy/paste some words :lol:

And I have mostly used all my Chinese knowledge just to make those simple sentences :D

i have most of the chinese ime, but i dont know how to use it :lol:
actually, i think english is much more important than chinese. So dont worry, chinese will learn english
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tinlong117 wrote:actually, i think english is much more important than chinese. So dont worry, chinese will learn english

Wait another 10 years...
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tinlong117 wrote:actually, i think english is much more important than chinese. So dont worry, chinese will learn english

Wait another 10 years...

i can tell 5 years is enough
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Vierax wrote:不有 :lol: :lol:

我是法国人
我学了中文和日文
你是中国人么

我是中国人啊。
你学中文和日文是为了好玩么?
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tinlong117 wrote:Im a chinese but i dont know how to type it :P

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tinlong117 wrote:Im a chinese but i dont know how to type it :P

banana

not at all, i can speak chinese fluently (both cantonese and mandarin), and write proper chinese (t.chinese for sure). I just dont know how to type it ;)
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do you know pinyin, bopomofo, or zhuyinfuhao?

Probably some sort of third party program that will let you type with it. Windows 7 has built in pinyin support, IIRC.
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Oh wow, Chinese that’s actually simple enough for me to understand without looking up every word. xD

我是德国人, 在学校学习了中文,但是只学了三年, 所以我的中文糟糕
Vierax wrote:不有 :lol: :lol:

We used to make that joke all the time in school. xD
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Zehkul wrote:Oh wow, Chinese that’s actually simple enough for me to understand without looking up every word. xD

我是德国人, 在学校学习了中文,但是只学了三年, 所以我的中文糟糕
Vierax wrote:不有 :lol: :lol:

We used to make that joke all the time in school. xD

you only need to learn 1500 chinese words and you will understand most of the passage ;)
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Yeah, and I learned like … 300? xD Don’t know.
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Zehkul wrote:Yeah, and I learned like … 300? xD Don’t know.

hahaha, i only know few german words like ich liebe dich, guten morgen, fick dich and something like that :P
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tinlong117 wrote:not at all, i can speak chinese fluently (both cantonese and mandarin), and write proper chinese (t.chinese for sure). I just dont know how to type it ;)

Most modern operating systems have handwriting IME. You can try that.
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tinlong117 wrote:not at all, i can speak chinese fluently (both cantonese and mandarin), and write proper chinese (t.chinese for sure). I just dont know how to type it ;)

Most modern operating systems have handwriting IME. You can try that.

I have a handwrite board :P
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I just thought that I need to install Japanese/Chinese fonts, but the blank squares that I see make just as much sense to me.
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tinlong117 wrote:
Zehkul wrote:Yeah, and I learned like … 300? xD Don’t know.

hahaha, i only know few german words like ich liebe dich, guten morgen, fick dich and something like that :P

that are the important ones, so you're good
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Zehkul wrote:Yeah, and I learned like … 300? xD Don’t know.

hahaha, i only know few german words like ich liebe dich, guten morgen, fick dich and something like that :P

that are the important ones, so you're good

I thought tastatur was the only important one.
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Google translates this thread weirdly...

My sister and cousin speak/read/write Japanese, and the rest of us don't know how they do it...

Tastatur and Neu are the important ones for ebay.de. Schwanzstucker is a personal favorite though.
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mintberryminuscrunch wrote:
tinlong117 wrote:[quote="Zehkul"]Yeah, and I learned like … 300? xD Don’t know.

hahaha, i only know few german words like ich liebe dich, guten morgen, fick dich and something like that :P

that are the important ones, so you're good

I thought tastatur was the only important one.[/quote]
I think russich tastatur is more important :lol: :lol:
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Anyone able to transcribe the description of Noppoo's own switch, found here? (Fourth switch below the three Cherry MX switch descriptions, the one that's ticked)

http://i.imgur.com/W87SD.jpg

I have no idea how to type that in Chinese — I would spend years trying to find the characters in Character Map :-) A translation would be nice, but I can't even copy it into Google Translate without being able to type it. I even installed a Chinese OCR language pack, but I got back mostly incorrect characters :(

(I see someone mentioned handwriting — Windows 8 doesn't support Chinese handwriting recognition either, just tried it.)
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The last line says:

Noppoo white stem capacitive mechanical keyboard.

Windows 8 does support Chinese handwriting input method. Probably you just don't know the characters' stroke order.
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Capacitive … that explains some of what I was reading in the topic at geekhack. Suddenly I'm able to find a lot more about it than I was before, with that term! (The Choc keyboards are not on Noppoo's English site!) Thanks. Time for a page on the Choc Mini and a switch diagram.

As for handwriting recognition — the handwriting panel gets disabled if I select a Chinese input language. As for stroke order — all I know is that I write some weird-shaped English letters and Windows has recognised them perfectly for many years.
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Would you mind also just typing it for me, too? I'd like to quote on the wiki page exactly what Noppoo call the switch. There is considerable doubt that the switch is what they claim it to be ;-)

Thanks.
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here you go:

白轴电容机械键盘
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Thanks. Article updated accordingly.
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By the way, if any Chinese speakers are bored, it might be interesting for them to see if they can find out any information from various companies. I've tried contacting Ortek, MacAlly Taiwan and ATW in English — no replies. I'm trying again in Google-translated English→Chinese, but it's hard to word anything in a way that Google Chinese→English remotely makes sense, so I have no idea whether what I'm sending off is intelligible. :°(

Maybe I'll do better this way. Even trying to talk with Xiang Min is nearly impossible due to the language barrier.

Trying to get any of ELSA (who I think are now iRocks, or the predecessor), Ortek, Focus (mailbox still at quota), or MacAlly to confirm whether they bought Hua-Jie switches, and trying to find out if the ATW I came across is the same ATW. (Probably not.)
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