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Transliteration of Japanese

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Relaying a feature request:

Yes, please transliterate "OH" not followed by a vowel, into "‚¨‚¤". Sometime
even "OH" followed by a vowel is used for "‚¨‚¤" or "‚¨‚¨", for example, "OHE"
is "‚¨‚¨‚¦", not "‚¨‚Ö",@"OHUCHI" is "‚¨‚¨‚¤‚¿", not "‚¨‚Ó‚¿".@
So, this does not cover 100 %, but more useful than now. Thank you.

Best regards,
Tetsuji Orita (U+7E54,U+7530,U+54F2,U+6CBB),
Globalization Center of Competency - Yamato, IBM Japan
T/L: 1808-5425, TEL: +81-46-273-5425, FAX: +81-46-272-3352
e-Mail: orita@jp.ibm.com

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Mark Davis

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tracCreated

Aug 22, 2001, 8:27 PM

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mark

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mark.davis@63ab4e4d4e2312f9

tracResolution

wontfix

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closed

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0.4

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major