Description of problem:
1. I set up my system to allow both English and Chinese (Taiwan) on my
system. For some reason, when I logged in to KDE, there is always on
xcin window opens on the left upper corner of the screen. Then, xcin
windows will appear whenever I open windows where I can enter texts.
This seems pretty annoying. It ends up openning a lot of xcin windows
on my screen (they stay even after I close all applications and
windows). I think there should be a machenism in which I can choose
when to to active such an application and when I can switch off.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Log in to user account and openning applications (system
configurations) or anything that may allow text entry. The problem
does not appear when I use Mozilla browser.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Loggin in KDE
2. Open a configuration tool or some applications (not all) that has
dialog window to enter text.
Unintenionally opening xcin windows.
1. Should not open until user actives it
Thanks for the report. Latest im-sdk in FC2 final should fixed this