This is #phosh osk-stub reusing the (not yet merged) completion code to talk to #uim-anthy to input bits of #Japanese. I mostly did that to see if the interface is flexible enough but it would be great to make this actually usable:
#phosh #librem5 #linuxmobile #mobilelinux
Super cool. Japanese, Chinese and Korean, is really a thing I missed so far!
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As I don't speak Japanese myself I could need help here: Does this make sense to pursue? As I read that flick input is preferred nowadays I wonder if romaji
is useful at all? Does the typing look correct? What would be the minimal missing to make this useful to people?