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I'm invoking diff. Input Method Editor s(IME) from my java program. while I'm invoking the Korean IME then in the JTextArea component I can't write in korean.
By defalut it is writing in english. Now there are two options called
English mode and Hangul mode,
while after the invocation on the korean IME programmatically, I switch to Hangul mode manually then only the Korean font is getting displayed.
This is the same way as it works on MS-Word also in Korean IME is invoked.
Now I want to activate the Hangul mode by default. can anyone pls. help me how to do it. It's very urgent.
I'm using windows2000 english verison and all the fonts are also invoked from the progam properly.
Pls. help.
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