Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 120115
keyboard indicator not always changes when the applet is clicked
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:39 EST
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Description of problem:
After adding a new layout to the new keyboard indicator, it not always
changes when the applet icon is clicked. Usually it changes only once
and the it is stalled.
The first layout I'm using is the US and the second one is Latin
American. It looks like it's with the latter that it doesn't change
If I don't write anything when I do change the layout, there is no
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Add a new layout (Latin American)
2.Change the layout by clicking the applet icon
3.Write something in any application
4.Try to change the layout again
Actual Results: The layout doesn't change
Expected Results: It changes as if I would do it with the right-click
Works fine for me with Fedora Core 2. Do you still see the problem?
Yes, I still see it. I don't know if it has something to do with the
impossibility to actually create accented letters with the latin
america layout (my keyboard is english).
What I do it:
1. open gedit
2. write something
3. change the layout
4. write something again in gedit
5. try to change the layout
The layout should be changed by clicking over it and not with keyboard
Ask me whatever info you need
Just pushed a testing update which may fix this:
Appreciate if someone could try it out and confirm.
I tried this new version of gnome-applets and it keeps doing the same.
Thanks for trying it
I see the same thing with FC3. I am switching between US and Dvorak. I
can click it once to switch, but then clicking it again to switch back
has no effect. If I right click, and go to Groups->U S English, then
it will switch and I can click it once more to change back to Dvorak,
but after that it gets stuck again, until I use the Groups menu again.
Someone should retarget this bug to FC3.
[This is a mass update sent to many bugs that missed earlier such messages due
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