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Posted on 2006-07-07
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How can I input a Japanese text to a TEdit of Delphi 6? My computer deals with Japanese characters perfectly well, I can type kanji in Microsoft Word and other editors, but not in my Delphi applications! There are properties ImeMode and ImeName but the latter doesn't show any drop-down list in Object Inspector. What should I do to solve this problem?
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You have to use Unicode controls, instead of the standard one that comes with delphi

here are two components sets that support unicode

TNT Controls (free)
http://www.tntware.com/delphicontrols/unicode/

Elpack
http://www.lmdinnovative.com/products/lmdelpack/
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