7.4 Right-to-left writing: Farsi, Hebrew, and Arabic7 Documents with text that is not in English7.2 Using Xetex7.3 Chinese, Japanese, and Korean

7.3 Chinese, Japanese, and Korean

Using Korean Hangul and Hanja in Ipe is quite easy, by placing this in your preamble:

\usepackage[utf]{kotex}

Japanese LaTeX-users had long used a specialized version of TeX. Fortunately, the new luatex implementation makes this unnecessary, so we can now typeset Japanese by setting the Latex engine to luatex and including the luatexja package in the preamble:

\usepackage{luatexja}

To typeset Chinese, the xeCJK package of CTeX also works with Ipe. Set the Latex engine to xetex, and include the package in your preamble:

\usepackage{xeCJK}