I've upgraded the Chinese and Korean logic in line with Japanese logic for chording...
Japanese has now also gained a new rule, multiplied-consonants,
this is coded in based on double-tapping the first character of a romaji chord to prefix a selected syllable with a small tsu glyph.
This is the first target for extended language support.
With this Japanese Hiragana and Katakana along with Korean Hangulgeo both become functionally presentable before christmas.
However...I still have Japanese Kanji and Chinese Hanzi to enter staged chording in addition to the existing basis.
I'm now focusing on including the core logic for the language specific targets, starting with Japanese.Language support (I've got this actively running a test build while typing this entry...)
Chinese and Korean Language modules are also templated and showing debugging messages.