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KanjiTalk was the name given by Apple to its Japanese language
localization of Mac OS. It consisted of translated applications, a
set of Japanese fonts, and a Japanese input method called Kotoeri.
The software was sold and supported only in Japan. It was available
for purchase through other resellers in the United States, but
Apple did not support its use outside of Japan. Early versions of
KanjiTalk were based on a proprietary Kanji script input system
called 2.0 & 2.1. Developments following version 2.0 laid the
groundwork which eventually became Kotoeri introduced with System
7.1. KanjiTalk 1.0 debuted in 1986, alongside Apple's universal
System 3.0, and first distributed with the Mac Plus. It was
followed with limited version updates, up to 2.0, 6.0, and then
parallel updates with Apple's System 7. Apple had intended to ship
its new PowerBook models with System 7, but development of the new
OS was taking longer than anticipated, so Apple released a special
version of System 22.214.171.124, with support for KanjiTalk, in order to
market its new laptops in Japan. The PowerBook 100 was co-designed
and manufactured by Sony.
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