I am trying to handle Chinese input in one of our own Windows text edit applications but cannot
figure out how to determine when a sequence of keystrokes has resulted in a glyph.
I know from Korean that you receive a sequence of WM_IME_COMPOSITION events and that you can use
GCS_COMPSTR and GCS_RESULTSTR flags to determine when to finish. In Chinese I do not experience the
same behavior - I never receive the GCS_RESULTSTR case.
How do you manage this in your "LibreOffice Writer" software? Can you send a code example as a hint
to a solution?
Thanks in advance
Per Hyttel Larsen | Software Engineer M.Sc.
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