Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1258767
Adding or removing an input source hides the properties of the currently selected input source (temporarily)
Last modified: 2016-12-20 09:32:02 EST
- Select the Japanese input method ibus-kkc in the Gnome panel
(or any other input method which has properties).
- The properties are now displayed when opening the input method
list in the gnome-panel, in case of ibus-kkc these are:
Input Mode (あ) [U+1F782]
- Use the gnome-control-center to add another input source (it
does not matter which one).
- ibus-kkc is still selected and still works, but the properties
are not shown anymore when opening the list of input sources
in the gnome panel.
- switching to another input method and then back to ibus-kkc
using the gnome-panel makes the properties of ibus-kkc appear
Created attachment 1068887 [details]
Left picture: The properties of ibus-kkc are visible
Right picture: The properties of ibus-kkc have disappeared after adding or removing another input source. ibus-kkc is still selected and still works.
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