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|description=The feature covers the ibus-libpinyin with libpinyin backend to provide intelligent sentence-based Chinese pinyin input.
 
|description=The feature covers the ibus-libpinyin with libpinyin backend to provide intelligent sentence-based Chinese pinyin input.
 
|setup=
 
|setup=
Follow up to the steps in [[QA:Testcase i18n input method setup]] to configure the input method on the desktop.
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Follow up to the steps in [[QA:Testcase i18n input method setup]] to configure the input method on the desktop in general.
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# Add an input source which has '''(Intelligent Pinyin)''' in the name.
 
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# Check whether "Intelligent Pinyin" is listed in ibus-setup dialog and default ime list.
 
# Try to add "Intelligent Pinyin" to ime list, begin to use the new pinyin ime.
 
 
# Get some testing sentences, try to input it under both "Pinyin" and "Intelligent Pinyin", to see whether the "Intelligent Pinyin" can reduce the number of keyboard press.
 
# Get some testing sentences, try to input it under both "Pinyin" and "Intelligent Pinyin", to see whether the "Intelligent Pinyin" can reduce the number of keyboard press.
  

Revision as of 11:10, 18 September 2012

Description

The feature covers the ibus-libpinyin with libpinyin backend to provide intelligent sentence-based Chinese pinyin input.

Setup

Follow up to the steps in QA:Testcase i18n input method setup to configure the input method on the desktop in general.

  1. Add an input source which has (Intelligent Pinyin) in the name.

How to test

  1. Get some testing sentences, try to input it under both "Pinyin" and "Intelligent Pinyin", to see whether the "Intelligent Pinyin" can reduce the number of keyboard press.

Expected Results

By using "Intelligent Pinyin" ime will speed up Chinese character inputting, by pressing less keys on keyboard.