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.
normal entry of the existing romaji gives the correct Hiragana.
the next target is to add the Hiragana to Katakana toggle transform and to begin Kanji Tree lookups by readings using an Ideograph selection buffer.
the main library primarily needs to deal with having a default pass-through mode included along with additional plugin message calling conventions for extended support of hardware along with UTF8 input forwarding through the emitter logic.