unable to set input method as ibus in gnome-language-selector
On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 6:59 PM, Abhishek Dixit <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here is a blog
> which shows how I can type in my local language using ibus and m17
> So if I understand the steps correctly to be able to type in local language
> *Local language (in my case Hindi) should be enabled in
> as shown in this snapshot
> the input method should be set to ibus.
> Now while ibus daemon is running (or restarted) or I log out and login
> again or I reboot (I tried all three)
> I should be able to set input method as Hindi (local language) in Ibus
> preference as shown here
> how ever in my system even after a reboot and restarting of ibus
> daemon I find the input method missing with options (the options there
> do not exist)
> snapshot here
> I rechecked the *gnome-language-selector *window and see the input
> method which I had set to Ibus in previous reboot has been resetted to
> Now how can this behavior be changed.
> I use gnome environment (aptitude install gnome-session-fallback no
> Unity business) and Ubuntu 11.10.
> Before I post it to launchpad as a bug report I want to try other things.
> So what can I do here to set input method as ibus in gnome-language-selector ?
Surprisingly this was confirmed by one more user
however I have been able to fix it.We need one more package
for this to work.
Mentioning here for future archives.
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