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User and Project Configuration

User and Project Configuration

The user and project initialization files configure the installed resources that are specific to a user or a project. The sections include:

WorkStation(B- - 6), Word Processor(B- - 6), Doc Template(B- - 6), Alphabetic Input Methods(B- - 7), Keyboard and Glossary(B- - 7), Input Methods(B- - 7), Incremental Match Method(B- - 7), Adopt Notes(B- - 8), Dictionary Languages(B- - 8), Language Dictionaries(B- - 8), Menus(B- - 8), Help(B- - 8), Vocabulary List(B- - 9), Font List(B- - 9), and Recent Files(B- - 9).

User WorkStation Section

The User WorkStation section specifies directories, new document memory allocation, and the main frame window size and position. Use a text editor maintain this section. See Ini File Rules(B- - 1).

MainWindow=154 233 968 748

DefPath is the default path displayed by the Open File(3- 1) dialog.

NewDocMemory is the amount of memory allocated when a new file is opened. The permanent document(4- 3) are allocated according to the Scw.ini Memory Sizes(B- - 2) section.

MainWindow position is maintained automatically by Smart Characters.

AsciiOnlyFont is the font used to display text viewed in Ascii Only display mode(3- 7).

User Word Processor Section

The User Word Processor section specifies various miscellaneous preferences, and is maintained by corresponding dialog boxes.

[Word Processor]
Units=Inches, Points
StatusBar=On, 0 0 0 0
CodesWindow=On, 0 0 0 0
HiddenCharsWindow=On, 591 88 160 64
Ruler=Off, 0 0 0 0
Toolbar=On, 22 93 1240 24
Backup Files=.bak, Always=1, Never=0, Ask=0,
Insertion_Point_Guide=<Thickness>, <Plain | AboveInput | BelowInput>
Insertion Point=2, AboveInput

User Doc Template Section

The User Doc Template section specifies document template configuration, including the last used document template, the path to template files, and their default extensions. Use a text editor maintain this section. See Ini File Rules(B- - 1).

[Doc Template]
Multi Extensions=*.sct;*.jpt;*.cht;

User Alphabetic Input Methods Section

The User Alphabetic Input Methods section specifies keyboard preferences. This section is maintained by the Keyboard menu Keyboard Preferences(3- 26) dialog.

[Alphabetic Input Methods] (from ScPin.ini)
Romaji=^O Notes qwerty 0 Hiragana
Hiragana=^W Hiragana Kana 0 =Romaji
Katakana=^X Katakana Kana 0 =Romaji
Chars=^R Chars qwerty 0 *Pinyin
Pinyin=^N Pinyin Pinyin 1 =Pinyin
Bpmf=^V Bpmf Bpmf 0 *Pinyin
Stroke=^Q ISENS ISENS 0 *None
Notes=^D Notes qwerty 1 *None
English=^F ENGLISH qwerty 1 *
ENGLISH!=^F ENGLISH qwerty 0 *

A target input mode key is followed by a object type code, alphabetic font, keyboard type, access code, and translation mode description. Keyboard types include kana (hiragana or katakana), qwerty (no translation), and the defined keyboards types. Access codes are 0 (key only) and 1 (Side +/-). Translation mode descriptions not preceded by a symbol are translated to, otherwise they are translated from. Preceding symbols can be `=` (always) or `*' (the same).

Glossary Section User Keyboard and Glossary Section

The User Keyboard and Glossary section specifies keyboard definition(4- 6) and dynamic glossary(4- 6) files. The first listed entry is active. This section is maintained in priority order by the Keyboard menu Keyboard Preferences(3- 26) dialog.

[Keyboard and Glossary]
Pinyin 421 Gls C:\SC\system\Pin_User.gls=new,
Pinyin 421 Gls C:\SC\system\Chi_User.gls=new,
Kana 412 Kbd JisRules.kbd=(Sc30.cfg),
Kana 412 Gls Jpn_User.gls=(Sc30.cfg),
Bpmf 411 Kbd ChiRules.kbd=(Sc30.cfg),
Bpmf 411 Gls Chi_User.gls=(Sc30.cfg),
PUNCT 413 Kbd Punct.kbd=(Sc30.cfg),
PUNCT 413 Gls 0=(Sc30.cfg),
ISENS 600 Kbd Isens.kbd=(Sc30.cfg),
ISENS 600 Gls 0=(Sc30.cfg),
Pinyin 421 Kbd PinYin21.kbd=(Sc30.cfg),
Pinyin 421 Gls Pin_User.gls=(Sc30.cfg),

A compound key consisting of input mode type, symbol set ID, type, and file name is followed by a comment. Type is Kbd or Gls.

User Input Methods Section

The User Input Methods section specifies the installed input methods. The first listed entry is active. This section is maintained in priority order by the Translate Chinese Character Input Method(3- 32) dialog.

[Input Methods]
Request=On Request,Scw.ini,
Incremental=Incremental Match,Scw.ini,
Background=Background Parse,Scw.ini,

User Incremental Match Method Section

The User Incremental Match Method section specifies preferences maintained by the Incremental Match Setup(3- 32) dialog.

[Incremental Match Method]

User Adopt Notes Section

The User Adopt Notes section specifies preferences maintained by the Translate Adopt Notes Preference(3- 34) dialog.

[Adopt Notes]
Fluent_Student Guide=None=0, Ask=1, All=2, First=3, Freq=4

User Dictionary Languages Section

The User Dictionary Languages section specifies dictionary sets(D- - 3), which define collections of related language object type(4- 2). The first listed dictionary set is active. This section is maintained in priority order by the Translate Select Dictionaries(3- 33) dialog.

[Dictionary Languages]

A language name key is followed by a default extension, and related object type(4- 2).

User Language Dictionaries Section

The User Language Dictionaries sections specify the dictionaries defined for a dictionary language set. The first listed dictionary of each type is active. These sections are maintained in priority order by the Translate Select Dictionaries(3- 33) dialog.

[Chinese Dictionaries]

[Japanese Dictionaries]

A FileName key is followed by the symbol set ID, dictionary type, key object type, and result object type. The dictionary type key words are: Syllable, Word, User, Radical, Stroke, Trans, Reverse, Ref, and Auto.

User Menus Section

The User Menus section specifies alternate menu and dialog resources maintained by the File | Options Menu(3- 5) dialog.

English v3.0=C:\SC\Scw.exe, newexe,
Japanese v2.9=C:\SC\System\Sc-jpn.mnu, Sc20,
English v2.9=C:\SC\System\Sc.mnu, Sc20,
Alt English v3.0=C:\SC\ScwMenu.rc, Hc31,
Chinese v2.9=C:\SC\System\Sc-chi.mnu, Sc20,

A menu name key is followed by the resource file path and resource type.

User Help Section

The User Help section specifies alternate help resources maintained by the File | Options Help(3- 5) dialog.

English v3.0=C:\SC\System\Scw.hlp, WinHelp,
English v2.9=C:\SC\System\Sc_help.doc, ScHyper,
Japanese v2.9=C:\SC\System\Sch-jpn.doc, ScHyper,
Chinese v2.9=C:\SC\System\Sch-chi.doc, ScHyper,

A help name key is followed by the resource file path and resource type.

User Vocabulary List Section

The User Vocabulary List section specifies preferences partially controlled by the Vocabulary | File Page Setup(3- 39) dialog.

[Vocabulary List]
List Order=Score
Fields=1 2 3
Field Order=1
Tabs 1800=2700 6000

List Order can be Score or File. Fields controls the listing of vocabulary numbers: 1=trials, 2=score, 3=chapter, and 4=page. Field Order specifies the placement of the number fields (0 = left, 1=right, 2=off). Tabs 1800 is the tab stops in 1/1800 inch.

User Font List Section

The User Font List section specifies preferences partially controlled by the Create Character List(3- 47) dialog. See user font(4- 12).

[Font List]
Line Page Header=10 20 20
Places Space=4 15
List Type=Font Combined

Line Page Header specifies the characters per line, lines per page, and lines per header. Places Space specifies the number of digits in a header, and the character space formatting. List Type selects Font or SymbolSet font selection and Native or Combined(4- 9) character numbers.

User Recent Files Section

The User Recent Files section specifies the files most recently closed. This list is maintained by the File Close command.

[Recent Files]
C:\SC\Jpn\, 0 1 72 0 0 614 160 30 133 64, SC
C:\SC\Jpn\, 0 1 72 0 0 614 160 30 133 64, SC
C:\SC\chi\lesson1.ch0=Exit, 0 11 72 0 0 0 338 583 200 0, SC
C:\SC\BULLET9.MSG=Closed, 0 1 72 24 0 0 717 591 133 0, SC

The file name key is followed by the status, the insertion point location, zoom, and window position, and the import conversion. Status may be one of Exit, Closed, or a permanent document(4- 3) name.

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