Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 109980
Xcin unable to load 16 point fonts in UTF-8 locales
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:33 EST
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Description of problem:
In zh_TW.UTF-8 and other UTF-8 locales, under OverTheSpot or OnTheSpot
input modes, xcin uses the default 24 point fonts. Changing the server
to work with 16 point fonts results in xcin not finding the required
fonts, even when these fonts are installed.
Under zh_TW.Big5 there are no problems and the 16 point fonts load.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Change locale to zh_TW.UTF8
2.Change default font filter for zh_TW.UTF-8 to 16 point
Actual Results: Xcin ends with an error stating that it cannot find
Expected Results: Xcin should start and run without problems
It would also be great if OnTheSpot is supported by the default xcinrc
(GTK2 applications do not support OverTheSpot). What is the status of
adding (the free portions of) SCIM to fedora?
In step two to reproduce the bug, the default font filter for
zh_TW.UTF-8 is in the xcinrc file.
Can you check with latest xcin in rawhide? It also has onthespot