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Japanese text in JTextField without changing the IME settings each time.

Vikram Kumar
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Joined: Sep 10, 2001
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Hi all
i have developed application in Java using swings.
if i open some dialog box and enter japanese strings
in it.it is saving japanese properly but every time i open the new dialog box i have to set the Input mode in the
IME(input method editor) tool bar to the japanese lanugage means when i open new dialog box its input mode setting change to default.OS is
Win-2000
is there is any workaround of this problem. In fact what I exactly want that the IME remembers the last value instead of showing the default value each time the Dialog Box is opened.
thanx in advance
 
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