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Description of problem:
When running a Japanese environment (IIimf enabled), Japanese text
cannot be entered in the normal fashion.
Reverting back to 0.81-0.FC2 package corrects the problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
(inside of text entry for chat)
1. CTRL-SPACE to enter kana entry mode
2. key in words, example: tesuto (word meaning test)
3. press down arrow to make katakana
4. press ENTER to confirm/commit word creation
Actual Results: The creation of the word remains uncommitted and is
in edit mode still.
Expected Results: The word should have been committed and added to
the input of the gaim chat message at which point I can either press
ENTER to submit the message or continue entering more characters in
When doing step 4, I can press SHIFT-ENTER to commit the word
creation, but that is inconsistant with other applications run in the
Whatever changes relevant to this problem from the previous package
(0.81-0) to the current (0.81-1) should be reversed or reconsidered.
I just upgraded to the v0.82 package across the up2date channels and
the problem does not exist! :) I am happy now. Thanks for whatever
you guys did... or didn't do. The new version is good!