How to use plugin
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Mon Aug 23 17:27:53 EDT 2010
seah jiun teo wrote:
> Dear support,
Technically, there is no "support" department. This is a public, peer
support, mailing list, where users help each other, although some of the
developers also help out.
> I installed pidgin in my computer and I'd wish to use it without any
> difficulties. Anyhow, I just dunno why it could not support chinese
> typing? And all the plugins seem so un-user-friendly, I totally lost on
I just tried Chinese on a more or less default install and it just
worked, with no trouble at all.
Pidgin version: 2.7.1 (then upgraded to 2.7.3 and it still just worked)
OS: Windows XP SP3
IME: Microsoft Pinyin 3.0
> how to download and use those plugins.
You need to tell us your OS and version, the Pidgin version and the
service, and, in some cases the protocol, you want to use (we may not
know the protocol for some private services, and some public services
have a choice of more than one).
Also, so far, the only fault you have described is a failure to allow
Chinese input. You haven't even said what gets displayed locally and
remotely when you try to do this.
> And wondering if there is better configuration for users who do not know
> about computer code like us? I check on website and there are a lot of
If you you are not at all computer literate, you are likely to have more
success with the instant messaging client supplied by the service you
are trying to use (and the service supplied by your ISP or you operating
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