anonymous
  • anonymous
Howhow do you show text as you type?
MIT 21F.101 Chinese I (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
你们也是美国人?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you asking how to type Chinese? (it looks like you got it to work, based on your reply, but it's in language and input settings, there should be a pinyin option.) 我也是美国人,我在中文四。
anonymous
  • anonymous
你h的危好什么?我不见了!hi how are you I can not see characters will I enter text.bad enough in English impossible in Han

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anonymous
  • anonymous
It would be great if we can text in this forum I have no idea how to get my PC to enter text in Han either but it is still running XT But see what I am typing while I am typing would be realy use ful Thanks for coming back Kind regards Helen
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm confused, as I've typed Chinese on Windows and a Google Chromebook. But to set it up, you go to settings and you should eventually find language/input methods. It's the pinyin input method. If you're asking how to switch to typing in Chinese, on both systems I've used you hold Alt+Shift, which switches your input method...I hope I'm helping instead of sounding redundant...

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