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2 hours ago, imron said:

Yes, it appears that `dia` is not counted as a valid syllable when in "checked" mode.  You can still type it, but you have to switch to unchecked mode and type `dia3`

Thank you. I just typed liǎ and then replaced 'l' for 'd'. 

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Are you talking about the incorrect tone placement?

 

 That’s because it is running in ‘unchecked’ mode, so pinyinput will put the tone on the last letter you typed. If you put it in checked mode it will place the tone in the correct place for the syllable. 

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