Hello!This time, I will introduce a solution to the phenomenon that if you input while pressing the "SHIFT" key with Japanese input ON, you will be inputting full-width alphabets!
I suddenly got this phenomenon on my computer, and I felt sad that I would convert it back to half-width characters every time, so I think people who do the same will be in great trouble.
It's a fairly simple method, so please try it!
Even if Japanese input is ON, it is a famous operation method that you can directly input the alphabet by pressing the "SHIFT" key while inputting.
However, at one point, I suddenly started to enter full-width characters instead of half-width characters.
If you do a certain operation, it will be like that, but I don't think there are many opportunities to type full-width alphabets.
Anyway, it's inconvenient as it is.
Let's fix it!
1. With Japanese input ON, use the "Shift key" to enter alphabetic characters (you can leave full-width characters as they are)
2. Before confirming with the Enter keyPress the "non-conversion key" to enter half-width alphabetic charactersConvert to
3.Confirm with "Enter key"
Then, from the next input, you will be able to input in half-width alphabetic characters!
It seems to be a standard function of IME.
It memorizes the state of full-width and half-width of the last converted alphabet and uses it for the next input.
I thought it was quite noisy, but I wonder if there are some people who always want to enter in full-width.
In such a case, it may be convenient if you know that you can switch between full-width and half-width with the non-conversion key ♪
This time, I introduced how to switch between full-width and half-width characters when inputting English characters with the Shift key while Japanese input is ON.
In my case, I always want you to enter in half-width characters, so I was very confused when I encountered this phenomenon.
For people who type scripts in a Japanese environment, inputting English with the Shift key is a daily occurrence.
I had a hard time.
I'm really glad that I found a solution early on.
Please refer to those who have the same phenomenon.
On the contrary, I think there are people who always want to hit in full-width.
In that case, if you know the behavior of the non-conversion key, you may be able to use it for a while.
I hope it helps you.