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Mozc is a Japanese IME by Google.

I just discovered (by mistyping something) that zh converts to , which I find really cool! (In Japanese such arrows are often used). Similarly, ↓↑→ can be obtained using z and the vim key for that direction.

I am sure there are other mozc shortcuts that would save me time.
Where can I find a list of them?

Keywords: 変換 ショートカット

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The list can be found and modified by accessing mozc settings, and clicking the Romaji table customize button in the general tab.


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That's it, thanks a lot! By the way, here is how to access the mosc settings in Ubuntu: /usr/lib/mozc/mozc_tool --mode=config_dialog – Nicolas Raoul Aug 15 '12 at 3:38

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