How to Write With Any Language in Linux

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When it comes to typing text in languages other than English, Mac users are used to going to a single System Preferences screen, enabling a language or two, then having all the necessary tools at their disposal. The process for Windows users is only slightly more convoluted. Android users, on the other hand, can choose from a number of different language input tools, and the same applies to Linux. Once installed these input method editors, or IMEs, allow Linux users to input text in their native language. Image Credit: Pat B via Flickr Multilingual Concepts There are a few key…

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