QIM 1.1.4 reviewDownload
QIM is a Pinyin input method running on Mac OS X.
QIM is a Pinyin input method running on Mac OS X. It provides unprecedented speed and flexibility along with a rich set of features for an improved user experience in Mac OS X.
Here are some key features of "QIM":
Display the candidates in real time.
Supports traditional Chinese.
Users can manage the content of the User Dictionary and up to 16 plug-in dictionaries.
Display the candidates while typing.
Switch between Chinese and English with one key.
Switch between Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese with one key.
Supports both Mac OS and Windows input-method conventions.
Parses Pinyin input strings automatically.
Supports full-width punctuation and Roman text.
Users can change the appearance of the candidate palette's font, font size, opacity, colors, and more.
Saves user-defined word and phrases automatically.
Recognizes URLs automatically. Just use the return key to input the Roman input string directly.
Supports Fuzzy Pinyin.
Supports Tone Control.
Supports all Mac OS X international keyboard layouts (French, German, etc.).
Fix BUG: QIM candidate bar can not work on the secondary screen.
Fix BUG: QIM has a compatible bug with Mac OS X.
Fix BUG: QIM can not page up in some cases.
Fix BUG: QIM will output 'V' when input space key and output 'R' when input enter key in some cases.
Fix BUG: Fix some traditional Chinese phrases begin with '???'.
New Feature: Update the "Check for update" feature in QIM Preferences program. Now, it will show you the "Update log" of the new version.
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