First release of Enscribi - handwriting recognition input method

Guillaume Chereau charlie at
Mon Feb 16 04:44:43 CET 2009

really great ! I had been looking for this for a long time !
I can't succeed writing "好" (hao), but I guess it is due to my poor
Chinese character writing skills.


On Sat, 2009-02-14 at 09:51 +0100, Olof Sjobergh wrote:
> Hi,
> This is to announce the first release of Enscribi, a new handwriting
> recognition input method I've been working on. The main focus, and the
> only thing supported for now, is writing Japanese and Chinese
> characters (and numbers, but numbers only won't get you far...). It
> uses the excellent Zinnia recognition engine for the actual
> recognition. If anyone is interested, please take a look.
> There's a project page at with
> screenshots and some more information.
> There are packages on for trying it out (only tested on FSO
> milestone 5). The following packages are available:
>    Enscribi
>    Zinnia (required dependency)
>    Zinnia-tomoe-ja (for Japanese support)
>    Zinnia-tomoe-zh (for Chinese support)
> Also, you need a Japanese or Chinese font to see the characters
> (should be available in the usual repos).
> The code is hosted on Github at
> Best regards,
> Olof Sjöbergh
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