Vista input method

input method is an indispensable tool for our work. Like Windows XP, there are times when the input method is not very useful in Vista. Sometimes we will find that the five-stroke input cannot be used normally under Windows Vista. , Pinyin and so on. Especially when running in IE browser.
This time is generally due to the role of the IE protection mode. Since the IE protection mode relies on the functions of UAC, UIPI and MIC, it can be considered that the security functions of UAC, UIPI or MIC cause problems with these input methods.
Let's take a look at some of the application techniques of the input method in the Windows Vista operating system.
If the IE add-in needs to send Windows messages to external processes, it will be blocked. This is due to the role of UIPI, which only allows advanced processes to send messages to peer or low-level processes. This is somewhat similar to previous underground parties, allowing only superiors to contact subordinates (single line contact). But this may affect some old input methods and cause them to not work properly.
The solution is to modify the input method to allow external processes to accept the specified Windows message. Or use a security mechanism such as RPC to communicate between the IE process and the advanced process.
At present, you can only manually modify the system, forcibly disable UIPI, and ensure the compatibility of the input method. However, this will weaken the security of the system, and it will also castrate the function of the IE protection mode (although the system prompts that the IE protection mode is still working, it has been greatly weakened).
HKEY_LOCAL_MacHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\PolicIEs\\System Create a new DWord key EnableUIPI, set to 0.
Restart the system and test it a few times. It should solve the problem of purple pinyin and pinyin, and it is a real "complete" solution.
Calling Simplified Chinese Handwriting Input
Tablet PC and Media Center can be found in the Start menu. That is to say, the system provides handwriting input function, but after searching for a long time, it does not find the handwriting input panel. How to implement handwriting input?
If you have been exposed to Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, it is much easier, just find the executable file \\Program Files\\Common Files\\Microsoft Shared\\ink\\TabTip.exe, double-click to run, the screen will appear at the edge of the screen. A hidden strip, some similar to MSN, can open the input panel with the click of a button, it is best to create a shortcut on the desktop, so that it will be much easier to run later.
It is worth mentioning that the handwriting input of this system uses Simplified Chinese by default. The input interface is similar to Windows XP Tablte PC Edition 2005, but there is no transparency effect of Windows Vista, only a little shadow effect, but the handwriting recognition rate is still More excellent. If you have Word 2003 installed, you can use the "Ink Notes" and "Ink Notes" features to support handwritten ink comments and comments.
Simple Chinese handwriting The function of each menu item is as follows:
1. Sticky Notes: This is a program with a sticky note. By using this program, we can input text or record in a yellow area on the desktop. The sound, while the content will always be displayed on the screen, remind yourself to pay attention. This function is as easy as the sticky notes we usually put on the monitor.
2. Windows Journal: This is a program we are very familiar with. It can be used as a diary. You can use keyboard or stylus input. Other versions of Windows can install a diary viewer to view the program. The file created.
3. Tablet PC Pen Training: Tablet PC pen training, you can use this program to learn how to use the stylus and other special equipment. By learning the content of this wizard, we can completely use the stylus instead of the keyboard, mouse and Perform common shortcuts.
4. InkBall: This program allows you to practice the use of the stylus, just like the mine-sweeping game in Windows to familiarize yourself with the use of the mouse.

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