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You are amazing Miss Caffie, salute

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Lol thanks~ but I want to know.. do people even come in here and learn my lesson? XD

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I would like to, if I ever have time to do so
BTW, I recall that it took you only a few months to master the skill,
how did you get started in term of hours per week spend on the Chinese input?
I do most of the works in English so I do not have a clue, Please advise.

[ 本帖最後由 somewhereintime 於 2008-9-30 08:38 編輯 ]

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I forced myself to stop using pinyin input and start using this. Most of the typing were on the exercises from the book, and posting in Chinese on LYK! At first I had to use some 速成 to cheat, but it helps. Soon 速成 = 慢成 and 倉頡 was the fastest of all
In the previous page of this thread I posted a picture of how I put up all the keyboard keys.. charts.. stuff like that to look at while typing, that helped a whole bunch too.

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u're asking about our progress, i'll answer, hehe
because i don't write chinese at all in real life, i still have problem with the radicals
but i do use 速成 with canto pinyin these days.
gimme a few more years =)

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Aleeeeeeeeee!! That was already two years that went by... =( Start writing Chinese in real life!!

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Yeah, time flies. I've done very little since then.
But to be honest, I have little use for Chinese in life

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  looks so difficult...thanks for sharing...I will give it a try~

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Feel free to ask if you have any questions

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It took me awhile to get familiar with Changjie method.  Although I use mostly Simplified Changjie, I don't do enough Chinese typing daily to warrant using (full) Changjie all the time.  Still I don't agree with all the rules for all the characters, particularly 麗 (一一月月心); the way that character split is done by the two 一一 and not isolating the "deer" part of the character as the bottom.  If there's one character I want to change the coding on, 麗 is the one.

A couple of hints in Windows XP:

- The standard Changjie method (grey square) allows using * to substitute in between characters, effectively reducing it Simplified Changjie.  Therefore I don't use "Quick", I leave it at Changjie and do the "*" thing.

- Right click on the bottom square "A/半" -> 內容, if you select Changjie it will show you the complete Changjie code to complete the word; this helps with the learning

- The New Changjie method (green square) allows "*" for all in-between characters, so will help you narrow down your choices compared to Simplified Changjie.  However, unlike the standard Changjie, the New Changjie does not have the follow-up character function.

One thing I learn in practice...

肺 (lungs) is not "moon" (月) + "city" (市)[ylb].  This is because the way you write "city" is dot first, then cross, finally moon hat and straight down.  The right part of lungs is rather written as straight across, then moon hat, and finally straight from the top going down in one stroke.  Therefore lungs is "bjb", not "bylb".

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