I’m using a Windows PC (English) and have installed the language files under control panel, set for Chinese (Taiwan) with Keyboard Microsoft New Phonetic IME 2002a and using Hanyu pinyin as the mapping.
However, I’ve noticed that although in Taiwan people generally seem to use 什 (simplified shen2) in writing, the only choice given by the Chinese input on my PC is 甚.
If possible, I’d like to change this to use the simplified character (but continue to use the normal traditional characters for everything else).
Has anyone else noticed this, or does anyone know if there’s a setting I can use to make this change?
Also, are there other characters which are commonly written as simplified in Taiwan?