IME is, well, an IME. If you've ever used one, you'd know the level of simplicity if brings to type in other languages or keymaps.
IME is an attempt to simplify all that, and allow using characters outside the normal range to type in WoW. Normally, using the two locales I've found (Greek and Cyrillic), typing them via a Windows IME has failed, bringing up only question marks. Using an addon, however, they can be inputted easily.
With IME loaded, you'll have a box. A small box. A small blue box. The small blue box will probably say "N/A" - this is the default IME. It changes nothing. Click it, however, and you change to a new keymap. Type in your chatframe and the characters will be changed automatically.
Pressing Ctrl + Tab while typing will also cycle through available input methods.
Included are keymaps for adapted Greek and Cyrillic, both phonetic, and a leet layout.
- .toc update, another golden oldie that just keeps on chugging (5.3)
- .toc update, compatible with Hour of Twilight (4.3)
- .toc update
- experimental hangul keymap added.
(by default commented out in keymaps.xml,
remove the <!-- --> and restart the game if you want to test it
an addon like Whitetooth's UnicodeFont might be needed for replacing game fonts with unicode versions)
- removed obsolete Ace2 libraries.
- removed xml frame creation in favor of frame api.
- WoW 4.x Compatibility changes, chatframe and editbox.
- saved variables plugged in.
- Feature: key combination while typing to change input method on the fly
without having to click the IME button.
Ctrl+Tab to cycle through input methods.
- added right click to reset input method
- added french localization
- initial release