Read the kanji - very good!!!! The only problem is that I can't work out how to enter the little tsu that indicates a pause. That and the fact I don't know many of the the characters.
Try enabling kotoeri and typing "tt" for "tsu" for example: Hattori<br /> <br /> ã¯ã£ã¨ã‚Š
<p>Ole is correct. I'm only saying the same thing differently:</p><p>If your keyboard is set up for Japanese input, simply double the consonant that you want the "chisai tsu" to appear before. My name is "Rick" for example, but in Japanese ri+ku is pronounced just like you see it (i.e. two syllables). If you enter "rikku" in roman script the software will show the correct kana. In the middle of a word the chisai tsu is kind of like a pause. At the end of a word it's more like a hard stop. So, typing "rikku" gives you a word that is pronounced more closely to "Rick" than "riku" does.</p><p> Hope this makes sense!</p><p> Rick <br /></p>
This is excellent. My wife will be using this for quite awhile!<br />