Two new keyboard layouts are supported with the current Solaris Korean language engine.
3 Beol Sik 390
3 Beol Sik final
An auxiliary window is included that enables you to do the following tasks:
Adjust the behavior of input methods by changing the input method options.
Input characters from virtual keyboards.
Access all the symbols that are contained in a current character set with a single mouse click.
Use the online help menu to find answers to questions about the auxiliary window.
Support is available for the features that enables you to do the following tasks:
Enable or disable the option to automatically commit individual character.
Use different options to convert characters and words from Hangul to Hanja.
Choose from several keyboard layouts including 2 Beol Sik, 3 Beol Sik 390, and 3 Beol Sik final.
Switch between half-width and full-width modes.
Unicode 3.2 support. The ko_KR.UTF-8 (ko.UTF-8) locale has been updated to support the new 3.2 version of the Unicode Standard. The new version introduces an additional 1,016 new characters and contains various normative and informative changes.
0xED as the first byte.
0xA0 to 0xBF as the second byte.
These sequences exclude the surrogate code points between U+D800 and U+DFFF. To comply with the new definition, all Korean UTF-8 iconv modules have been enhanced to detect the newly defined invalid UTF-8 byte sequences.
In the current Solaris release, the mp printing utility replaces the xetops and the xutops utilities.
The xetops and xutops printing utilities are no longer supported in the Korean Solaris Operating System. The utilities were formerly used to convert Korean text files to PostScript. The conversion enabled the printing of Korean characters to PostScript printers with no resident Asian fonts. The xetops utility was used in the ko_KR.EUC locale. The xutops utility was used in the ko_KR.UTF-8 locale.
The mp printing utility was first released with the Solaris 9 Operating System.