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KB2205122

July 20th, 2010 · No Comments · 1,077 views

On a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, you use the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) to input some characters in an application. When you press F5 to use the translation method that converts the character code to some specific kanji characters, a memory leak occurs. Therefore, the application that hosts the IME may stop responding if F5 is pressed many times.

KB981584

March 23rd, 2010 · No Comments · 2,024 views

Consider the following scenario. You have a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. After you install the update that is described in Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article 975929, the Meiryo Bold font or the Meiryo UI Bold font may be used for the Microsoft Input Method Editors (IME) Candidate List or for the Microsoft IME pad Character List. These lists are where the regular weight of the corresponding font family is expected. Additionally, this issue still occurs if you uninstall the update KB975929.

KB978630

December 15th, 2009 · No Comments · 1,452 views

On Windows Vista you may not be able to select and use a console IME.

KB977747

December 13th, 2009 · No Comments · 1,079 views

This article describes an update package for the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) in Windows Vista and in Windows Server 2008. This package uses the postal code information that was released in September 2009 to update the Japanese postal code dictionary. The update information is based on data that is published by Japan Post Holdings Co., Ltd.

Note: The IME postal code dictionary converts postal codes to addresses.

KB970436

August 12th, 2009 · No Comments · 1,644 views

On a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, you use the Input Method Editor (IME) Pad to enter East Asian characters, such as Chinese, Japanese or Korean, in an Internet Explorer 8 window. In this scenario, when you try to close the Internet Explorer 8 window, Internet Explorer 8 stops responding.

When this problem occurs, you must end the Internet Explorer 8 process in Task Manager.

KB960159

April 28th, 2009 · 1 Comment · 1,759 views

This article describes an update package for the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. This package uses the postal code information that was released in September 2008 to update the Japanese postal code dictionary. The update information is based on data that is published by Japan Post and by the Ministry of Public Management in Japan.

You can use the IME postal dictionary to convert postal codes to addresses.

KB967893

February 13th, 2009 · No Comments · 1,174 views

An input method editor (IME) keyboard shortcut lets you switch the input language. By design, the CTRL+SHIFT+0 key assignment is standard for all users. However, some applications might use this keyboard shortcut for other purposes. In this case, the application will not work as expected when you use the shortcut with the application.

KB950528

November 11th, 2008 · No Comments · 1,196 views

Consider the following scenario. On a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista, you use a non-English Input Method Editor (IME) in an application that contains edit controls and button controls. For example, you use the Japanese IME. An edit control uses the IME for input context. In this scenario, when you switch the focus between the edit control and a button control, the focus switch occurs very slowly.

KB955836

August 30th, 2008 · No Comments · 1,290 views

This article describes a hotfix rollup package that is available for the Traditional and Simplified Chinese Input Method Editors (IMEs) in Windows Vista and in Windows Server 2008. This hotfix provides the following features and fixes:

  • The ChangJie, Quick, and Phonetic IMEs can now query the input sequence of the Array and DaYi IMEs.
  • The Array and DaYi IMEs can now query the input sequence of one another, in addition to the input sequence of the ChangJie, Quick, and Phonetic IMEs.
  • The QuanPin, ShuangPin, and ZhengMa IMEs can now query the input sequence of one another.
  • The Array, Dayi, QuanPin, ShuangPin, and ZhengMa IMEs now have options to disable the associate phrase.
  • Multiple UI and behavior problems for the Array, Dayi, QuanPin, ShuangPin, and ZhengMa IMEs have been fixed.
  • The ConIme.exe process no longer crashes when the Command Prompt window is wider than 160 characters.

KB951745

April 28th, 2008 · No Comments · 1,896 views

Consider the following scenario:

  • You are running a Windows Vista-based computer that includes Windows Media Center.
  • You connect the computer to a secure wireless network.
  • You install a non-English-language Input Method Editor (IME), and then you set this as the default IME.

When you start Windows Media Center and then try to join the secure wireless network, you are prompted to enter your Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) key. However, when you use either the keyboard or the remote control to enter any numeric character in the WEP box, the default IME setting is triggered. Therefore, you cannot continue entering the WEP, and you cannot connect to the secure wireless network.