I just installed Manjaro KDE and I need to set the application launcher to the super key, but anytime I try setting a shortcut (anywhere) I keep seeing
Henkan key pressed
So, you are using a 109 key Japanese keyboard with the five
extra keys (backslash, yen-sign and the three
henkan keys around the spacebar), which do not produce any kind of input unless in combination … right ?
Might have to go trough this and see what helps to adopt it to KDE Plasma.
Disclaimer, I am 1 day old as a Linux user, and Manjaro is the distro I decided to go with given the positive things I saw online.
I am in Japan and often have to type in Japanese language. In the windows world this was quite easy and straightforward with the Japanese IME.
Can I obtain some guidance for dummies to have similar IME kind of Japanese input solution in Manjaro? I am using GNOME.
I found this article, but kinda lost on say, for example, how to enable UIM.
See also this
No, I am using a 104 key English keyboard and I don’t even know what a
Henkan key is