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Re: [tise-devel] Problems with Tise and enlishh

Hi Gregory,

I associated it with "Estonian".  If I have Estonian keyboard active and
tise on, I get nice Wylie, But Unless I stop Tise cmpletely, I can't get any
English.  I don't see the Kailash icon going dark.  SO evidnetly the
shift+space isn't invoking it for some reason. Not sure what to do.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gregory Mokhin [mailto:mokhin@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, June 10, 2005 11:41 PM
To: David Germano
Cc: 'Christopher Fynn'; 'Peter Hauer'; tise-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Problems with Tise and enlishh

David, to use English and Tibetan you need to enable two keyboard layouts in

http://iris.lib.virginia.edu/tibet/tools/input.html says about Chris's
"Once installed, the keyboard can be assigned to any language that is not
used on one's machine, such as possibly "Faroese" or "Kokani".

Did you follow this instruction for installing Chris's keyboard? If yes,
there shouldn't be any problem switching to English: you use Tise with
"Kokani", Shift+Space suspends Tise operation (Kailash icon is dark), and
then you switch from "Kokani" to English by a standard shortcut (Alt+Shift
in my case, quite often it is Ctrl+Shift).


David Germano wrote:
>  hi gregory,
> it appears impossible to switch to english with tise running. i tried 
> changing keyboard to english, switting font, but no matter hwat i did 
> the qwerty keyboard output only appears when i exit tise. That is 
> pretty cumbersome if you want to use english and tibetan. However your 
> instructions seem to indicate that is not how its supposed to work. 
> However tired
> shift+space to no avail. Am i missing something? I thought maybe it 
> shift+was a
> word control character conflict, since shift+space is a pretty 
> standard "character reset" in Word.  But clearing that didn't change
> Help!
> I am using xp/word in their most up to date verisons.
> david