Minimum System Requirement
Unicode and ANSI Applications
- Input in Unicode mode for Unicode
applications. Applications such as Microsoft Office 97/2000 Suite, Notepad,
and several others are Unicode conformant. An application is Unicode
conformant if it processes each character in double byte and it recognizes
fonts that are structured by Unicode TrueType font definition. Many new
versions of applications will be Unicode compatible.
- Supports Korean KSC5601 code standards,
which is the most popular internal code used in Korea.
- Unicode and non-Unicode fonts. Fonts are
provided in both Unicode and non-Unicode formats. The non-Unicode font
facename begins with KSC. They are suitable for ANSI applications. The
Unicode font facename begins with TSC.
Automatic Selection of
- User no longer needs to select internal
code for Korean input. User starts an input session by confirming his or
her Language Preference. KPNT automatically select the appropriate display
and input code mode based on language preference's selection and the
current application type. The user may also leave the "Input Code Using"
feature at default ("Auto Select") for either languages.
- Overriding system selected internal code.
User can force the input code of a specific type differ from the auto
choice offered. The system lists the type of internal codes that are
logically available to the user based on the preference of using Korean
Language. Forcing Unicode is not advisable.
Cursor Word Processing
Single cursor word processing means cursor
movements on any character work the same way as English characters. That
is, the cursor will no longer walk into a character because of its
double-byte and non-split nature. This is a great convenience to our users.
Single cursor word processing may be enabled from either one of the
- When a character is processed in Unicode
mode. Under Unicode standard, all language character sets are defined in
double byte so the processing of each Unicode character is by nature
- When KPNT is capable of controlling the
cursor in non-Unicode mode. For applications that are not Unicode
compatible, each Korean character normally would require double cursor
movements. However, we have implemented a special coding scheme, which
recognizes certain programming classes, and reduce the double cursor
requirement to single cursor. Not all applications can enjoy single
cursor processing because some of them employ special programming code
that does not communicate with external programs such as the KPNT.
- Supports all Windows NT functions and
applications such as MS Office 97/2000/XP. Supports both Unicode and
non-Unicode (ANSI) applications.
- Korean characters documents made by CPNT
from various localized versions of MS Office97/2000/XP are compatible to
- Supports HZ, MIME, and ISO2022 Internet
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- Total of four Korean TrueType fonts are
- Total of four Korean Unidcode fonts are
- Super Code
Converter: the only such utility available today! it converts
text, RTF file or clipboard content from one internal code to the other.
This converter also addresses specific requirements of MS Office 97/2000/XP
documents and Unicode considerations.
- Single Byte
Converter: creates a new single-byte TrueType font based on the
Korean character inputted. Mainly used for graphic manipulation and
- Meta Converter:
export Korean characters into the Clipboard or a file in Windows Graphics
Standard Meta Format (WMF). Suitable for any graphic tasks.
Minimum System Requirement
- PC compatible 586 and above with 32MB RAM.
- Windows NT4.0
- 50 MB of free hard disk space.
- CD-ROM drive.