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Computer question

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Miscellaneous' started by musicisgood, Mar 21, 2017.

  1. musicisgood

    musicisgood Sempai
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    I have a Japanese Fujitsu Lifebook lap top computer. What I'm trying to do is type in Japanese using the alphabet to type in Japanese. Example, I want to type in ohayou, so I type this: らくちんらな Using the the keyboard alphabet ohayou. Before I could just type out Japanese hiragana , but now my keyboard is screwed up. I have to look at letter H to get く I had this problem before, but I was lucky to get it fixed, and I've tried everything to get it back to where I can use the alphabet to print out hiragana. A bit hard to explain, ex. J = ま  I don't want that. I want to say "hai" but h=く a= ち i= に
    How can I stop that?
     
  2. musicisgood

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    ok, let me see if I got it fixed

    さよう 
    wow I think I got it
    I typed in sayou= さよう  OK, I got lucky. Had to reset my settings.
     

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