This is presumably a simple issue with my keyboard usage. A dropdown for characters is offered after typing RM, but I should be able to type RMMR and have it know I mean m4, right? I am using Traditional HONG KONG SAR keyboard layout on Windows 10.

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The problem is you want to use Changjie 倉頡, but you are using Quick 速成 instead. Just go to the language settings and add the 倉頡 back should work.

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