Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1264576
"Show Keyboard Layout" shows latin characters instead of Korean (Hangul)
Last modified: 2016-07-19 13:57:06 EDT
gkbd-keyboard-display is unable to display Korean Hangul layout. Adding Korean (Hangul) as input source and clicking the keyboard layout button within the "Region and Language" applet of the gnome-control-center or switching the input source to "Korean (Hangul)" from the keyboard indicator in the gnome-shell and selecting "Show Keyboard Layout" from the dropdown menu launches
gkbd-keyboard-display -l kr kr104
which shows an English layout, which ist perfectly useless when trying to type Hangul on a German keyboard ;-)
rpm -q libgnomekbd
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add "Korean (Hangul)" to the list of input sources.
2. Switch the active keyboard input to "Korean (Hangul)" using the keyboard indicator in the GNOME Shell, turn the Hangul mode on.
3. Choose "Show Keyboard Layout" from the keyboard indicator menu.
An English layout is displayed, while typing into a text input area produces 한굴 letters.
The selected Hangul layout is displayed.
The same applies to Fedora 21.
(In reply to Ilja Sekler from comment #0)
> Actual results:
> An English layout is displayed, while typing into a text input area produces
> 한굴 letters.
Err, I meant 한글 (Hangul) of course. My apologies for bugspam.
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