Simplified Chinese

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The most common input methods for Simplified Chinese are Pinyin conversion (Romanization to Hanzi) and Wubi (shape-based).

Input Method Editor engines for Traditional Chinese Linux all support Cangjie, Pinyin, and Zhuyin. Engines for Simplified Chinese all support Pinyin and Wubi, a different shape-based IME. Chinese IME software for Linux includes IIIMF, scim, xcin, chinput, and methods built into the Yudit and emacs editors.

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