I don’t know what happened, I haven’t changed any settings to Google IME… but when I swapped from the J [A] (romaji) to hirigana, it does the following:
The Y now becomes the ん hirigana right away, A on my keyboard becomes ち… I don’t know how the keymappings got switched. It reminds me of typing in DVORAK on this keyboard.
(On Windows XP, I have Microsoft IME, and also downloaded DVORAK IME, German, and French, so I have a lot of languages to cycle through. On this drive, Windows 7, I only have Google IME… Always thought it was weird that the “default” since installing it is “Japanese”… only with romaji, rather than ENGLISH… and that when I swap to Japanese, it’s romaji instead of automatic hirigana… I had previously done things with my settings - that worked when I made those changes!!! But I’ve only just booted up my system for today… and suddenly I’ve got this… I’ll type the QWERTY line as an example…)
That was QWERTY.
A) why are single keys hirigana now?
B) why did it change?
C) How can I change it back? (WTF weird setting, when my keyboard is ENGLISH!!!)
Has this happened to anyone else?