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Can I have different IME input methods active in different tabs?

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I use the built-in Microsoft IME to type in Japanese in Firefox on Windows 10. When I switch my input method (e.g. from hiragana to half-width alphanumeric using the default alt+` combo), this switch immediately applies to all tabs. This is true whether the tabs are in the same window or not. This is inconvenient for situations where I wish to type in Japanese on one tab and English in another. Is there a way to alter this behavior?

For reference, IE and Edge behave the way I would like, and Chrome behaves the same as Firefox.

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Windows remembers the keyboard layout per application, so I don't think that it is possible to achieve what you want. Microsoft might be able to do this with its own browser(s), but other browsers probably can't do this.

I'm not even sure if this can work with separate profiles being used via the -no-remote command line switch.

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Windows remembers the keyboard layout per application, so I don't think that it is possible to achieve what you want. Microsoft might be able to do this with its own browser(s), but other browsers probably can't do this.

I'm not even sure if this can work with separate profiles being used via the -no-remote command line switch.