Most of our customers use Chinese in their daily work. Of course, they will involve many Chinese texts when automating their daily repetitive tasks using Robotiive. Dealing with Chinese characters is a tricky situation, especially when your Personal Computer uses multi-language preferences, such as Chinese and English. Of course, you are familiar with how to switch languages. You must hit the [Shift] key before typing the other language. Knowing this fact, you should also apply that step in your script when creating automation related to typing Chinese characters. But applying that step may not always work as expected because you might forget what language is used now. There is a way to address this problem. This can be done by checking the input language on the taskbar first before starting Typing. But it will cost you more steps/actions in your script.
We provide you with some solutions to this problem. You can choose which solution is perfect for you.
It’s better to use only one language if possible. For example, only use one language, Chinese, for your Personal Computer. So you do not have to check the currently used language on the taskbar. But if you need two languages, be sure to check the language mode on the taskbar before typing.
You can use Copy and Paste (You can use the Keystroke Action) instead of Typing Action because Copy [CTRL] + [C] will leverage the clipboard to store your copied text. Then, use [CTRL] + [V] to paste that stored text in the clipboard in the desired place. By doing that, you will not need to care about the currently active language.