Created attachment 1505675 [details]
When using with any ibus-inputmethod which displays a candidate list,
the candidate list should be cleared after a commit.
For example, when using it with the Japanese input method ibus-kkc
("kanji-kana"), one can type something by clicking the on-screen
keyboard and get a candidate list.
In the attached screenshot, I have clicked
k a n j i
then clicked the space bar *twice* (first click to start conversion
and get the first candidate displayed inline, second click to show
more candidates). Then I click on one of the candidates and see it
inserted into the preëdit. Up to this point, everything works just
But now I click on the blue Return key to commit that candidate. The
candidate is committed, but the candidate list is not cleared.
Further mouse clicks into the candidate list are ignored.
Now one can continue clicking on the letter keys to type another word,
and then click on the space bar twice, then finally the old candidate
list is replaced by a new one. But until then, the old, invalid
candidate list is still displayed.
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