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Korean is not converted

Posted: 09 Sep 2018, 07:34
by Nam
Saved the below code with UTF-8-BOM on Notepad++

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:C:안녕:이응
but it's not working.
I've keep take a way around to the order in English characters which same stroke with those korean, however by assuming an post wrote 3 years ago,
I guess it could be a bug that Korean characters are not indicated.

Hopefully it could be fixed, thanks :)

Re: Korean is not converted

Posted: 09 Sep 2018, 17:43
by lexikos
Hotstrings work by detecting each keystroke and converting to a character. They are not compatible with IME, where the character changes after it is initially printed and you press other keys. I am unlikely to fix this as I do not use IME or know how it could be implemented.

Re: Korean is not converted

Posted: 15 Sep 2018, 00:48
by Nam
Thanks for replaying, since it's hard to express in words that how the Korean charaters are compositied by typing on computer, I guess It could be really hard to handle to make this to work.
Even I had to take alternative way to convert those, still it helped me so much so thanks for Autohotkey. :)