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Input locales and IME

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Is there any programming way to switch between input locales?
I also need to automatically open IME to allow the user to input Japanese text
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Yes, you can load any number of keyboard layouts, though only one is active at any given time. A delphi wrapper for doing this can be found at:

http://www.shagrouni.com/english/software/delphd.html#kyb

Hope this helps,
Russell
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