[OBORONA-SPAM] Re: CJK Chinese Japanese Korean Input Method configuration using SCIMin Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake - testing needed
dragffy at yandex.ru
Wed Jun 28 04:24:48 UTC 2006
One of the scim icons is for you. If you start an app using root
privelages, for example Synaptic or something then another SCIM icon
will appear for the root account. The apps automatically spawn a new
SCIM process but they don't kill it, so you will end up with two SCIM
keyboards. The workarond is to use scim_xim input method...
unfortunately on my en_GB-UTF8 system this doesn't work.
On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 00:07 +0100, sandwormblues wrote:
> So far, i've got 2 comments:
> if i'm using multiple browser windows or multiple apps, sometimes i'll
> get 2 SCIM icons in the top panel. so far i haven't seen more than 2
> at a time... really it's only an aesthetic issue.
> also: the defalt of shift+space to switch languages isn't very logical.
> if i try to type in ALL CAPS i have to release my finger from the shift
> key. it's easy enough to remove it as a default, but i can't think of
> any situation where it would be useful (as far as i know, people of
> very language and every OS use ctrl+space.
> other than that, i haven't encountered any problems.
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