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I'm currently using Korean Input System (IME 2002), my problem is that it gives me Hangul Compatibility Jamo (U+3130 – U+318F) instead of regular Hangul Jamo(U+1100 – U+11FF). They look the same to me but they are unfortunately unequal (as tested in my programming code).

Reason: I normally wouldn't have qualms about this, but Compatibility Jamo doesn't normalize correctly using NormalizeString.

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You're be able to create the keyboard layout you want with Microsoft Layout Keyboard Creator


GHacks article on MSLKC:

(I tested MSLKC only with Latin alphabet: I hope this utility work well with your awesome Hangul alphabet!)

Hope this help. Let us know. :)

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It does, thank you! :) – Dian Mar 7 '12 at 3:07
Very good. Thank you for the feed back :) – climenole Mar 8 '12 at 1:07

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