Call for test for scim-bridge
jiang.adam at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 14:26:38 GMT 2008
I think I can do the test of scim-bridge by jp-106 keyboard
for you. However, I don't konw the processing of the testing and
what kind of info do you need to confirm the result.
Could you please give me some guide on this.
2008/2/11, ZhengPeng Hou <zhengpeng.hou at gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> Since Kubuntu will ship with KDE4 in hardy, and
> scim-bridge is the only one native immodule can
> work with KDE4, scim-bridge can work fine
> under Gnome/KDE3, also it can solve some input problems with
> those non-free applications, like skype, adobe acrobat reader.
> so I think its worth to have scim-bridge
> in main and as the the default immodule. I hope
> that who are using a non-us keyboard variant can
> test it for me. Need you feedback.
> To use scim-bridge:
> sudo apt-get install scim-bridge-agent scim-bridge-client-qt4
> scim-bridge-client-qt scim-bridge-client-gtk
> and then:
> sudo ln -sf /etc/alternatives/xinput-all_ALL
> I suppose you know how to make scim/skim work. If you don't know
> how to configure it, here is the trick you can follow:
> You'd better to use im-switch to set it.
> Zhengpeng Hou
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