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Welcome to the Smart Common Input Method (SCIM) platform project, which provides not only a user friendly, full featured input method user interface for POSIX-style operating systems (including Linux, FreeBSD and other Unix), but also a development platform to make input method development easier.

Currently the SCIM project has a wide range of input methods (some may need other libraries), covering more than 30 languages, including (Simplified/Traditional) Chinese, Japanese, Korean and many European languages. Composing/Dead key support is also one of the built-in features. In addition, several projects have been established to design IMEngines for SCIM and others supply their own SCIM plugins.

Latest News

kmfl 0.5 is released

Keyboard Mapping for Linux (KMFL) is a keyboarding input method currently being developed under Linux which aims to bring Tavultesoft Keyman functionality to *nix operating systems. 

scim 1.2.2 is released

A minor bug fix version for latest stable branch is released.

scim-qtimm 0.8.9 is available

A bug fix release with some important improvements of scim-qtimm is available for downloading.

FAQ section of wiki implemention is completed

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The FAQ section, as the second stage of the Wiki part implementation, was just finished. Please do not hesitate to contribute. In addition, a privilege bug of this site was fixed and a new online survey question was published. A new preview screen shot of next skim release demonstrating transparent feature was uploaded too.

skim 1.2.2 has been released

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Another bug fix version arrives. This time GUI appearance is the focus of this release and you will see a longer than usual change log list. Several improvements were also incorporated in this release. What's more, the scheduled features for next major release 1.3.0 will be proposed here too.

scim-input-pad 0.1.0 has been released.

It's the first stable version. Ready to be included into distributions.

First Stage of Wiki Implementation is Finished

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Documentation is one of the most wanted missing materials for SCIM project, so the first stage of Wiki section in this site is to implement a collaberative documentation area. Now this task has been fulfilled and here we go!

skim 1.2.1 is announced

This is a major bug fix release, everyone are highly recommanded to upgrade from previous version. 

scim 1.2.1 has been released.

It's a minor bugfix version. If you are using 1.2.0 without any problem, then upgrading to 1.2.1 is not necessary.

scim input pad 0.0.3 has been released.

SCIM Input Pad

It's a new unstable version of scim-input-pad, some new features were added. If there is no new feature request, I'll release the first stable version 0.1.0 very soon.