Pinyin Joe: Chinese Updated for Windows 7

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I'm hoping to have Windows 7 here installed here in a few weeks, but there are some resources out there. One I would recommend for Chinese is Pinyin Joe. He's been around for a long time, but his Windows 7 page is quite up to date with information about fonts (including those with the Hong Kong characters (HKCS)), input options, Bopomof and non-hanzi scripts such as Yi, and Tibetan.

As a bonus, the site also maintains information for Windows Vista and XP as well as Ubunto Linux. Very helpful.

FYI - If you're a Mac person, you may want to check Yale's Chinese Mac. They're not quite up to 10.6 yet, but information from previous versions should get you caught up in no time.

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I am a Penn State technology specialist with a degree in linguistics and have maintained the Penn State Computing with Accents page since 2000.

See Elizabeth Pyatt's Homepage (ejp10@psu.edu) for a profile.

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