This feature is new in the Software Express pilot program. This feature is included in the Solaris 10 3/05 release.
Korean users of the Solaris Operating System can benefit from more comprehensive keyboard input method support for the Korean language. The new Korean Language Engine with auxiliary window support offers Korean users four auxiliary windows to control and configure the Korean input method (IM).
User-based preferences can be set within one window.
A virtual keyboard environment can be set within another window for point-and-click selection of Korean characters.
Within another window, users can choose the symbols that they need from special characters that are based on code points.
Users can organize all of the windows within a special palette of control.
This IM supports three separate keyboard layouts: 2 beol sik, 3 beol sik 390, and 3 beol sik final.