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Displays “help” text
Displays Romaji to Katakana to Hiragana to Kanji, the order in which these scripts are displayed may be changed from japanese to english.
Allows the user to rearrange the order in which the scripts are displayed.
Allows the user to change the size of the displayed script.
Allows the user to change the text color of the displayed script.
Automatically checks for updates when the program is run.
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JapTool License Code & Keygen For PC
This small tool will allow you to quickly switch between romaji and kana using the Windows keyboard.
To start this tool type jap.exe in the Windows Start Menu.
Change romaji to kana and vice versa by using the up/down arrow keys. The To Zenkou change to menu is located in the top menu.
To change the output from romaji to kana or vice versa press the : button.
The romaji and kana is stored in the setting file that can be found in the %USERPROFILE% directory.
Please note the romaji and kana is stored in the TkKeyTable.txt file. If this file is missing then that’s why jap.exe had not been ran.
Please remember that when storing the romaji and kana are stored in this order : F4123 -> F430 -> J5009 -> J7097 -> J8005 -> J9001 -> J10053 -> J9233 -> J9201 -> J8485 -> J8548 -> J5351 -> J8914 -> J4914.
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Windows Server 2008 R2,
Windows Server 2008,
Windows Server 2003 R2
Download jap.exe from:
Or you can download the application from :
When downloaded just drag and drop the jap.exe application in to the Start Menu of Windows.
(If the directory is already in the Start Menu you can just right click on the application and then select “Edit” and then copy the directory. or you can drag and drop the JapTool folder into the Start Menu.)
To change the Romaji and Kana:
To start this application just type “jap.exe” in the Windows Start Menu.
This starts the application and when you have it open press F4123 to change romaji to kana. The romaji and kana will now be displayed on the right side of the application.
Press the arrow keys up/down. You will see a to change the kana to romaji. or vice versa press the colon symbol.
The JapTool program
JapTool converts Jpaji to romaji and vice-versa. It also provide the ability to write the romaji to
-Supported Jpaji characters in romaji and kana mode
-Conversion unit: a romaji character to Jpaji and romaji character to
-Translation in Jpaji, kana mode
-Translation in romaji mode
-Save the outputted code in.txt format for easy translation
-Write the jpaji to.emai
How to install:
-You must know how to install nuget.exe.
-Go to project>Install-package JapTool
-Select the desired version (release or nightly)
How to use it:
-Download and execute the file
-Click on the start button in the top left of the window
-Select jap from the jap menu.
-Select romaji from the romaji menu.
-Input Jpaji and select option 2 from the conversion list or type manually.
-Under the option in the romaji convert, check the desired conversion.
-Input the romaji and the option 2 and click convert. This will update
the output window.
-Optionally you can click the save button in the top right corner of
the window. This will save the file in.txt format in the local
-Select jp from the jp menu
-Click on the start button in the top left of the window.
-Type jpaji in the input or select jpaji from the conversion list.
-Select romaji from the romaji menu
-Click on the convert button on the right of the input and check the
-Optionally you can click the save button in the top right corner
of the window. This will save the code in.emai format into the
Download JapTool here:
The full code is available on codeplex:
What’s New In?
> Generate a conversion list from the Japanese language to the Romanji (romaji) language. From the user’s perspective, it’s similar to a desktop dictionary, except that it has no paper counterpart, and the contents are instantly available on the user’s computer. You don’t need any dictionary tool! This is a very powerful tool to use when you don’t know how to write your own romaji script.
Here’s what you can do with JapTool:
> Convert a word from Japanese to romaji, and vice versa.
> Convert a word from romaji to Japanese, and vice versa.
> Convert a word from Japanese to romaji and back in the same section (at the same time)
> Convert a word from Japanese to romaji, then generate a list with all the patterns of the word from Japanese (for further analysis).
The JapTool is hosted and distributed by the Center for Human-computer Interaction, The Tokyo Institute of Technology.
> In order to use the JapTool you need to install the Visual Studio Command Prompt in your PC, you can download it from their official page:
If you don’t use command prompt, you can download the companion application that is included in the JapTool archive.
If you are interested in the development of the JapTool, you can follow the JapTool Source code (see links below).
If you are interested in updates and bug-fixes, subscribe to the official japetool-users mailing-list.
If you are interested in how the JapTool is used, you can follow the japetool-users twitter account.
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System Requirements For JapTool:
OS: Windows 7 (SP1)
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-2100 2.4GHz / AMD Phenom II X2
Memory: 1 GB RAM (4GB recommended)
Hard Drive: 3 GB free disk space (minimum 4GB recommended)
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 / AMD Radeon HD 5750
DirectX: Version 9.0
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