This is a minor update but it is very important in it’s own way so please read further.
With this update, the publisher id was changed which means that it won’t install automatically and you’ll have to uninstall and then install Nihongoup again in order to update to this version. Unfortunately, as my shareware system provider doesn’t support such changes at this moment, it’ll also mean that after the reinstall the applicaton will revert to the trial mode. Everything should work fine if you reenter your mail/key combination after the first launch but it may also tell you that the key is already in use in which case you should contact me by mail and I’ll help you solve the problem. The always helpful Sharify staff told me that they are looking into this problem and will try to come up with a better solution in the future.
I’m am very sorry for these problems. Please rest assured that this will not happen in the future!
Changelog for version 1.2.1:
- Tons of bugfixes
- Romaji-Kana combinations are now identical to Microsoft IME