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    I know how to switch between English and Korean, and start the typing. When I start a program, I need to press Alt, Shift to bring up the Korean Language, but I cant type it because I need to Change the A to a Korean Character. What are the keys to do this? Please bare with me on this. Its a hard question to describe. I feel like this didn't make sense at all.

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    Use "ALT+ ~" (the "`" key near the 1)

    But thats for Japanese hiragana/kanji.. but I think its essencially the same.
    F5/6/7/8 also change between full width, half width hiragana/katakana.. dunno how korean works but look at thoses too

    I also set that CTRL + SHIT + 1 would go to English input mode, and CTRL+SHIFT+2 would go to japanese.. this can save you lots of troubles, when you forgot what language its on, or its on some messed up settings like japanese/romaji mode-.-

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    Mine's set to control+shift to cycle keyboard layouts. You can change it. Go to regional settings, language tab, click details, at the bottom of the screen that pops up click key-settings. From there it's pretty self explanatory.

    Hmm... that reminds me, I should really try and learn Dvorak again. :\
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga View Post
    Mine's set to control+shift to cycle keyboard layouts. You can change it. Go to regional settings, language tab, click details, at the bottom of the screen that pops up click key-settings. From there it's pretty self explanatory.

    Hmm... that reminds me, I should really try and learn Dvorak again. :\
    I already know this. What I am trying to do is.

    Make this


    Go to this


    But I cant because when I start up a program it resets back to the Letter A. Basically on the Japanese keyboard to shift from Hiragana to Katakana is Alt+Caps Lock. How can I do this for the Korean Keyboard?

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    What are each of those buttons? You have quite a bit more there than I do on my language bar (which I just leave as a little keyboard in the taskbar).

    Also, what OS?
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    First Image
    1)Korean 2) A (han=Korean) (young=English) 3)Hanja (Kanji people will call it)
    Second Image
    1)Korean 2) 가 (han=Korean) (young=English) 3)Hanja (Kanji people will call it)

    The second button is to shift from English to Korean. The 3 button is not the problem.

    Running Windows XP Professional.

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    So... you press Alt+shift... and it changes the keyboard input layout from us-english to korean... what happens if you press Ctrl+shift then?

    I fail to see what exactly that button does when the 1st button does when that, to me, should be a drop down menu... is that not a drop down menu?
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    When I press Crtl+Shift nothing happens. The 1st button is like to change the Keyboard settings. EXAMPLE:If you have Korean, Japanese, English chose which ever you want.

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    I figured the problem out. I needed to press the Right alt.

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    ㅁㅇㄹㄴㅁㄹㅇㄷㄴㅊㅇㄴㅁㄹㅇㅁ도ㅛ고ㅡㄴㅇㅁㄹㅇㅁㄴ

    ㅒㅏ, ㅑ ㅁㅅㅅ........ well if I change the language it might actually make some sense. =__=

    OK. I threw Korean into my settings and now I see all these buttons and figgured them out.

    SEE THE EDIT! DAMN IT! ><

    I don't see a way to hotkey to that button.
    From what I understand though, you just click it and it switches between english input and korean input, no?

    Well shit, lets just make it easy then. Right click the language bar, select settings.
    Click the add button.
    Make sure Input Language is set to Korean.
    Now under keyboard layout select US (or US-International if you prefer the extras).
    Hit ok.

    Now you should have, under korean, Korean and US.

    You now have a CTRL+Shift command. What this will do is switch you between Korean and US keyboard layouts. I.. guess it's not much different than ALT+SHIFT other than it still says Korean at the top.


    EDIT:
    OH FUCK...
    I just did it... god damn it. ㅇㅇaㅇㅁdㅁd
    Yeeeaah, just press the right alt button. That changes the han/english button. If you need to alt+something you have to use the left alt.
    Forget all that above.

    EDIT 2:
    HAHAHAHA You found it too... lol. God damn it. XD
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