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[资源分享]绝对的好消息:Google 推出印度、阿拉伯等语言输入法

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更多 发布于:2010-01-06 16:53
本帖最后由 ismarlia 于 2010-1-8 14:45 编辑

本来想完成给大家的承诺,完善那个便携多语输入法,无奈自己的系统是精简过的,无法添加阿拉伯语各种键位布局和乌尔都等语种的布局,但是在搜索的时候,发现了这个天大的好消息!!看来我就没必要弄我那个山寨东东了。。。原文来自http://www.cnbeta.com/articles/100216.htm如下:


     继日语输入法之后,Google继续推出了印度、阿拉伯等14种相关语言输入法(这也是下载地址,从下拉列表选取语种。),依然是谷歌输入法的模子,将14种语言的输入集成在了一起。不过它也跟汉语输入法一样只支持Windows而不支持Mac OS X,为什么日语输入法就能支持呢?这也打消了大家对Google总部放弃谷歌输入法的疑虑,放心吧,输入法是Google总部的全球性战略部署,不会轻易抛弃的。
这14种输入法包括:



安装完成后,可以点击语言栏选择语种,或者用热键选择语种。

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Google阿拉伯语的键盘布置(第一出字)

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回复 8# nmlhyjf


  你的系统没问题,他们本来就没有设计成一一对应的。也许他们就是针对习惯于拉丁转写的阿拉伯在欧美的年青人而设计的吧。

对于会阿拉伯语的人来说,如果知道某个词的发音的话,就能拼写出整个词了,不过由于他这个输入法中某些数字键也用来拼写单词,所以选词时需要同时按着Ctrl+数字键。

对于你说的字母,可以用这样打出来:ث th,ظ 第一次打的时候需要按下z,然后用Ctrl+数字键选,由于是带记忆性质,常用的会自动放在前边。sh----ش      ,gh -----غ   。另外实在找不到的话,可以用鼠标点击它的软键盘找。

本论坛里好像有阿拉伯语单词转写成拉丁形式的电子书,http://www.somdom.com/thread-8780-1-7.html,看看的话估计能有帮助。

我最希望能在阿拉伯语单词下边能有英文释义,就像汉语输入法那样的外观。或者可以自定义词典去高亮,那样就方便了各国阿拉伯语学习者了。。
希望和我有共同想法或更好想法的朋友们踊跃给他们发邮件提意见。

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发布于:2010-01-06 18:17
这个不是便携的吧,还得安装了。我个人认为像我这样业余的还是用你搞的那个便携的简单方便。但是谷歌的这个肯定是专业人士的福音了。顶了。
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发布于:2010-01-06 18:34
坐了沙发 再坐板凳   哈哈 我下载安装了  专业的就是不一般啊  一个字  好  感谢你总是给我们贡献最好的东东   再一次顶
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本帖最后由 ismarlia 于 2010-1-6 20:07 编辑

呵呵,客气了。。等这段忙完了我用虚拟安装个完整的XP再试试,主要得把传统布局加上。。我今天试了一下,才500多k,安装也很方便。。Google的这个阿拉伯语和www.yamli.com的在线网页输入法类型一样,都是用拉丁近音转写。我以前给yamli提过出输入法的建议,结果他们不理会,这下让Google领先了。。。改天找找Google的键盘布局是怎么弄的。
世界上没有完美的事,只有完美的动机。。。
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发布于:2010-01-07 12:24
XP已经自带这些了,vista支持更多的。
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回复 5# stlxv


   系统自带的那个只能叫做键盘布局,这个呢,就有点像Google中文输入法了,有一点智能提示。这个不用花心思去记键盘布局,只要知道某个字母字母发音就可以了。字典里有的词他会用蓝色表示出来。。。
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发布于:2010-01-07 22:32
试试咯~~
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发布于:2010-01-08 10:47
惭愧啊   竟然在键盘上找不到好几个字母的位置 ظ ش  غ ش   等字母  它确实是有智能提示的
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发布于:2010-01-08 10:49
我想应该是有些字母输入的时候按shift键   但是我按住了也不行  是不是真的是我系统有问题了
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官方的帮助
本帖最后由 ismarlia 于 2010-1-8 14:14 编辑

以下是官方帮助,见:http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/help.html,如有好的意见,直接给他们发邮件:indialabs+ime@google.com
Google Transliteration IME is an input method editor which allows users to enter text in one of the supported languages using a roman keyboard. Users can type a word the way it sounds using Latin characters and Google Transliteration IME will convert the word to its native script. Note that this is not the same as translation -- it is the sound of the words that is converted from one alphabet to the other, not their meaning. Converted content will always be in Unicode. For example, typing "hamesha" transliterates into Hindi as: and typing "salaam" transliterates into Persian as:

Google Transliteration IME is available for 14 different languages - Arabic, Bengali, Farsi (Persian), Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
Sample status window and the edit window for Hindi IME are shown below. For simplicity, Hindi IME is used as an example at most places in this help page.

[url=]Installation[/url]
Install

To install, download and run the installer and follow the instructions on screen.
    [*]More than one language IME can be installed on the same client machine.[*]Requirements are Windows 7/Vista/XP 32-bit operating systems.[*]Only one instance of IME will be installed per machine but the configuration is done for each user using IME.






Uninstall

To uninstall, follow these steps:
    [*]Click on the "Start" menu.[*]Select "Control Panel" and then go to "Add or Remove Programs".[*]In the program list, select the "Google <Language> Input", click on "Change/Remove" button.[*]By default, "Retain my personal data with settings" option will be checked, which will not clean your personal customizations like display font, user correction cache etc., as part of uninstall. Uncheck the option, if you want to clean all your personal settings information.[*]In the "Uninstall Google <Language> Input" dialog box, click "Yes".




[url=]Configuration[/url]
If you want to use IME with any application like notepad, you must first open the application and then open our IME. IME can be opened by clicking on the language bar on the desktop and then selecting the IME language icon or through a shortcut key if it's already configured. To close IME, you can change the language in language bar or try right clicking on the current application to see whether it supports 'Close IME' popup menu option or by closing the current application.

Displaying Language Bar
    [*]In desktop, right click on tool bar and select Toolbars -> Language bar



Enabling Language Bar

If the 'Language bar' option is not visible in 'Toolbars', then it needs to be enabled through control panel:

Windows 7/Vista
    [*]Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Keyboard and Languages tab[*]Click on Change keyboards... button to open Text services and input languages dialog[*]Navigate to Language Bar tab[*]Enable the radio button Docked in the taskbar under Language Bar section[*]Apply all settings and try to display language bar as mentioned in previous section.

Windows XP
    [*]Go to Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Languages tab -> Text services and input languages (Details) -> Advanced Tab[*]Make sure that under System configuration, option Turn off advanced text services is NOT checked.[*]Go to Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Languages tab -> Text services and input languages (Details) -> Settings Tab[*]Click Language Bar[*]Select Show the Language bar on the desktop. Click OK.[*]If you are installing the IME for East Asian language or Right-To-Left language, go to Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Languages Tab[*]Make sure that options Install files for complex scripts and right to left languages and Install files for East Asian languages are checked in the checkboxes. This requires installation of system files and the system will prompt to insert the Operating System Disc.[*]Apply all settings and try to display language bar as mentioned in previous section.


IME Shortcut

A shortcut key sequence can be applied to the IME as follows which can be used to quickly enable IME for any in-focus application:

Windows 7/Vista
    [*]Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Keyboard and Languages tab[*]Click on Change keyboards... button to open Text services and input languages dialog[*]Navigate to Advanced Key Settings tab[*]If Google <Language> Input is not listed in Installed Services box, then click Add and in Add Input language dialog box, go to the language for which you want to enable IME in the languages tree and expand the node. Check the checkbox next to Google <Language> Input in the list.[*]In Hot keys for input languages Select To <Language> - Google <Language> Input[*]Press Change Key Sequence[*]Select Enable Key Sequence[*]Select option like Left ALT + SHIFT + Key 1[*]Apply all changes[*]Now opening an application like notepad and pressing Left ALT + SHIFT + Key 1 should open the IME.

Windows XP
    [*]Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Languages tab -> Text services and input languages (Details) -> Settings Tab[*]If either <Language> or Google <Language> Input not listed in Installed Services box, then click Add and in Add Input language dialog box, select <Language> in Input language and Google <Language> Input in Keyboard layout/IME. Click OK[*]Press Key Settings[*]In Hot keys for input languages, Select Switch to <Language>-Google <Language> Input[*]Press Change Key Sequence[*]Select Enable Key Sequence[*]Select option like Left ALT + SHIFT + Key 1[*]Apply all changes[*]Now opening an application like notepad and pressing Left ALT + SHIFT + Key 1 should open the IME.


[url=]Features[/url]

Status Window

Whenever you enable our IME for an application either through a shortcut or through language bar, its status window will be visible on the screen. By default it will be placed at the bottom right corner of your desktop which can also be moved around. It is used for more configuration and controlling various features of our IME. It has four icons with leftmost being the application icon. Next to it are IME language indicator button, keyboard button and menu button in that order.


Edit Window

When the IME is enabled for an application like notepad and you start typing, IME displays the edit window with the typed text and the corresponding word choices in IME language. In the below example, user has typed 'googl' and the IME has displayed five choices numbered 1 to 5.


Navigation and Selection

By default the leftmost choice will be highlighted indicating active choice. Active choice can be changed by navigating other choices through BOTTOM-ARROW or TAB key - which moves the selection to the right; or through UP-ARROW or SHIFT+TAB keys - which moves the selection to left. To select one of the choices as the new word for your application, use ENTER key which inserts the active choice to the application at its current cursor position. Using SPACE or any other PUNCTUATION CHARACTER also inserts the active choice to the application along with the typed punctuation character. Exception will be when IME thinks that there is a better choice of word containing the punctuation character as part of the word itself. All the above controls only insert the active choice (highlighted) into the application. Another way to insert any choice even if it is not active is using its position number as: CTRL+<choice_number>.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/navigation.png[/img]

Word Completions

When you type a word, the choices displayed in edit window will be either in BLACK or BLUE color. Intuitive partial word choices for the typed content are displayed in BLACK color which will always be grouped on the left side. If there are any better dictionary-based word completions for the typed content, they are displayed in BLUE color and grouped on the right side.
Paging

In the example being discussed, IME displays only 5 choices in the edit window which is the page size setting of the edit window. It can be configured through the menu button of the status window. If there are more choices than the page size set, then it will be displayed in the next page. Page navigation can be done through the small arrow buttons at the right bottom corner of the edit window or through PageUP and PageDown keys. Even when you navigate the choices with arrow or tab keys, the control moves to the next or previous page from either end of the edit window.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/paging.png[/img]

Search

At anytime while typing in edit window, if you click the Google image on top right corner of the edit window, it triggers a web search for the active/highlighted choice in google.com. Search can also be triggered for non-active choice by right-clicking on any choice and then clicking the Search... drop-down button.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/search_feature.png[/img]

User Cache

There will be scenarios where the leftmost choice is not the one you are looking for and you select some other choice (second choice in the below example for typed word 'program') which will be inserted into the application.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/cache_1_feature.png[/img]
IME remembers this selection for the current user and when the user next types 'program' again, the last selected choice will now be displayed as the leftmost choice. To share this information across all applications for a user, this is persisted at user level even after closing the application. But this persisting behavior can be disabled through the 'Disable User Cache' option from menu button of status window. Note that caching doesn't apply if you select word completions. It is only for word choices shown in BLACK color.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/cache_2_feature.png[/img]

Switch to English

If you want to add both roman alphabet (typically English) content and IME language content to any application, there is an easy way to switch between the two. In one mode IME gives you choices in its language and in another mode it just emits what you have typed. Toggling can be done by clicking the IME language button in status window or through shortcuts: CTRL+G or F12.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/toggle_lang.png[/img]

Keyboard

When you don't get some words as expected choices for any rare complex words; you can use the flexible keyboard to input any possible word. You can open the keyboard by clicking the keyboard button on status window or through the shortcut CTRL+K. Mouse is used to enter characters from the IME keyboard which also triggers word completions in the edit window. Keyboard can be closed by clicking the keyboard button again on status window or through shortcut keys: CTRL+K or ESC. There is also option to enter Zero Width Joiner (ZWJ) and Zero Width Non Joiner (ZWNJ) characters.
[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/keyboard_feature.png[/img]
Customization

You can customize many features through IME's menu. Options available through the menu popup in status window are:
    [*]Select the font and size to be used to display the choices in IME language inside edit window (Suggestion Font).[*]Select the font and size to be used to display the English/Roman characters inside edit window.[*]Set the page size for edit window to restrict its size through number of choices.[*]Enable or disable the persistence of user cache.[*]Information about the IME like version.[*]Help, linking to this page.


[img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/menu.png[/img]
Special Cases

There are some special cases in how IME behaves for some characters in some languages:
    [*]Example in Arabic for special case of SPACE where it is part of the typed word.
    [img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/specialcase_space.png[/img][*]Example in Arabic for special case of PUNCTUATION where it is part of the typed word.
    [img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/specialcase_punctuation.png[/img][*]Example in Greek for special case of CAPITALIZATION where only first character being in uppercase in input retains its casing.
    [img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/specialcase_camelcase.png[/img][*]Example in Greek for special case of CAPITALIZATION where all uppercase word in input retains its casing.
    [img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/specialcase_allcaps.png[/img][*]Example in Greek for special case of DIGITS where number is converted digit wise instead of its whole value.
    [img]http://www.google.com/ime/transliteration/images/specialcase_digit.png[/img]


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世界上没有完美的事,只有完美的动机。。。
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发布于:2010-01-08 14:33
本帖最后由 ismarlia 于 2010-1-8 14:44 编辑

回复 8# nmlhyjf


   你的系统没问题,他们本来就没有设计成一一对应的。也许他们就是针对习惯于拉丁转写的阿拉伯在欧美的年青人而设计的吧。

对于会阿拉伯语的人来说,如果知道某个词的发音的话,就能拼写出整个词了,不过由于他这个输入法中某些数字键也用来拼写单词,所以选词时需要同时按着Ctrl+数字键。

对于你说的字母,可以用这样打出来:ث th,ظ 第一次打的时候需要按下z,然后用Ctrl+数字键选,由于是带记忆性质,常用的会自动放在前边。sh----ش      ,gh -----غ   。另外实在找不到的话,可以用鼠标点击它的软键盘找。

本论坛里好像有阿拉伯语单词转写成拉丁形式的电子书,http://www.somdom.com/thread-8780-1-7.html,看看的话估计能有帮助。

我最希望能在阿拉伯语单词下边能有英文释义,就像汉语输入法那样的外观。或者可以自定义词典去高亮,那样就方便了各国阿拉伯语学习者了。。
希望和我有共同想法或更好想法的朋友们踊跃给他们发邮件提意见。
世界上没有完美的事,只有完美的动机。。。
11#
发布于:2010-01-08 16:35
哈哈   原来是这样的啊   你不说  我真是不会打啊  谢谢
12#
发布于:2010-02-04 09:43
真的很不错شكلاجذيلا
14#
发布于:2010-02-08 17:22
شكرا
15#
发布于:2010-02-10 11:44
这个与谷歌拼音输入法同风格,期待谷歌朝语输入法。
16#
发布于:2010-02-15 12:07
شكرا لك
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发布于:2010-02-16 21:14
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18#
发布于:2010-02-21 14:45
win2000不是向来都有么,还是2000年的时候我买的一个win2000试用en版就连geogia格鲁吉亚语的输入法都支持了,怎么现在google来凑热闹呢,不怕microsoft打她呀?
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