graphic Fcitx configuration tool
DescriptionFcitx is the Free Chinese Input Toy of X, which was initially designed for Chinese users, and used XIM protocol. Now it has already evolved into a highly modularized, feature rich input method framework for Unix-like platforms supporting a considerable amount of frontends, backends and modules. It is an ideal choice for the vast majority. Many of its features make users of Unix-like platforms have a fully modern input experience for the first time. It has also greatly lower the threshold for developers, making the development of extended funtions much easier than ever before. This package provides GTK+ 3 version of the graphic configuration tool.
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