Subject: Re: Tools for learning Japanese kanji
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Masao Uebayashi <email@example.com>
Date: 07/25/2003 16:29:25
Hello. This is a late reply. :-)
> I've been using kakasi to render readings of kanji in the Japanese
> mail that I recieve. However, I've often wanted something more. I
> use mew + emacs to read my mail. I've often wanted the ability to
> cause the kanji in the buffer to be rendered with furigana over them,
> or have some 'automatic popup' mode that gives the furigana in a popup
> window as the cursor flies over the kanji. Is there anything at all
> like that available?
Nothing exactly possible to do your requirement comes to mind, but
EBview (http://ebview.sourceforge.net/), a GUI English->Japanese
dictionary application, can do the "automatic popup" thing. I've
never used it, though.