The All Candidates key, to initate the multi-candidate mode.
The Alphanumeric key.
The Code Input key, to initiate the Code Input mode to allow characters to be entered by their code points.
The Compose key, also known as Multi_key on the X Window System.
The Convert key, to convert the current input method sequence.
The Eisu key.
The Final Mode (Final) key used on some Asian keyboards, to enable the final mode for IMEs.
Switch to the first character group.
Switch to the last character group.
Switch to the next character group.
Switch to the previous character group.
The Hangul (Korean characters) Mode key, to toggle between Hangul and English modes.
The Hanja (Korean characters) Mode key.
The (Half-Width) Characters key.
The Hiragana (Japanese Kana characters) key.
The Hiragana/Katakana toggle key.
The Junja (Korean characters) Mode key.
The Kana Mode (Kana Lock) key.
The Kanji (Japanese name for ideographic characters of Chinese origin) Mode key.
The Katakana (Japanese Kana characters) key.
The Mode Change key, to toggle between or cycle through input modes of IMEs.
The Next Candidate function key.
The Nonconvert (Don't Convert) key, to accept current input method sequence without conversion in IMEs.
The Previous Candidate function key.
The Process key.
The Roman Characters function key, also known as the 'Youngja' or 'Young' key.
The Single Candidate function key.
The Zenkaku (Full-Width) Characters key.
The Zenkaku/Hankaku (full-width/half-width) toggle key.