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Old 04-25-2008, 02:29 AM
ZhengPeng Hou
 
Default Default X input method in Kubuntu 8.04 RC with East Asian system language doesn't work

On 五, 4月 25, 2008 at 04:48:16上午 +0800, Ziyuan Yao wrote:
> 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.
why they are useless?
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