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BuG: WIth different keyboard layouts and different languages.

Discussion in 'Tablet PC' started by BartDesc, Oct 13, 2004.

  1. BartDesc

    BartDesc Guest

    Hi ,
    - In Windows xp regional settings one can define different languages which
    can be selected on the languagebar or in the input panel.
    - In the same location one can select different keyboard layouts.

    I have two different languages Englisch and Dutch. Both languages have
    different keyboard layouts one of them is selected as the default.

    Normally the Input Panel can only display the keyboard for the dutch
    language and not the handwriting or character area.
    But when I select another keyboard layout for the dutch language (using the
    language bar) the (dutch) handwriting area in the input panel comes available.
    Yet no single word is recognized (as if the recognizer is not started).

    Switching to the English language now also makes the recognizer unavailable
    for the English language.

    Bart
     
    BartDesc, Oct 13, 2004
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  2. BartDesc

    Chris H. Guest

    Bart, you need to make sure the latest MUI for Tablet PC Edition 2005 is
    installed from
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...5a-bace-425b-bc60-f8d3331c89a3&displaylang=en
    and the settings match exactly between the Windows XP operating system and
    the selected MUI setting in Regional and Language Settings/Languages
    tab/Details button (Installed services). The updated Multilingual User
    Interface Recognition Pack (MUIRP) for XP SP2/Tablet PC Edition 2005, has
    not been released by Microsoft yet, nor have they announced a date for the
    release.
     
    Chris H., Oct 13, 2004
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