View topic - Kanji Look-up Program
And so my quest to find a good kanji look-up program is pretty much still going. I have yet to find one that works as efficiently as the trial version of japalpha. All I really want to do is to look up foreign kanji by radicals like that, so when I come across a kanji I don't know, I can quickly find out what it means. Personally, I find this the easiest way to look up unknown kanji when furigana isn't available to read. Also, being a beginner, I don't know enough yet to recognize particular radicals to id the kanji on my own.
So I implore to anyone who might know of or have a program similar to what I am looking for.
Thank you to anyone for their time. ＾ ＾
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I second the recommendation of WWWJDIC, by the way. You can even go to Mycroft and get search bar plugins for WWWJDIC (including both the main dictionary and the kanji dictionary) if you use Mozilla Firefox as your web browser.
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Dunno. There may be better ones out there, JLookUp is getting kinda old, but it's never let me down.
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