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Old 04-24-2008, 08:48 PM
"Ziyuan Yao"
 
Default Default X input method in Kubuntu 8.04 RC with East Asian system language doesn't work

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/scim/+bug/219513


In a freshly installed Kubuntu 8.04 RC, if
the system language is an East Asian one, such as Simplified Chinese,
which is chosen during system installation, then the default X input
method should be "scim", not "scim-bridge" which is currently the
default.


See this screenshot for illustration: http://tinyurl.com/5lcs7n


Also, if English is chosen to be the system language during system
installation, and after the installation the user installs and adds an
East Asian language (e.g. Chinese) from System Settings -> Regional
& Language, then the default X input method (as in the screenshot)
is still "XIM", not "scim". I recommend that as long as at least one
East Asian language is added, the system automatically switches the
default X input method (as seen in the screenshot) to "scim".


As a bonus, all the other options ("scim-bridge", "XIM", "Simple
Composing Input Method") should better not be displayed because they're
useless anyway.


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