When using ibus-typing-booster with “Unicode symbols and emoji predictions” turned on in the settings, ibus-typing-booster may display emoji as candidates.
For example when typing “butterfly” one may see 🦋 in the candidate list.
When this is not exactly the emoji one wanted, one can click with the right mouse button on that candidate and see related emoji. For example, when clicking
with the right mouse button on 🦋 one gets other insects or animals as candidates.
for a description of this feature.
But when the candidate list is displayed by the on-screen keyboard, right mouse clicks on a candidate are apparently ignored, so there is no way to lookup related emoji.
The same problem occurs when one tries to lookup similar words (synonyms)
with ibus-typing-booster. This feature is described here:
Created attachment 1505691 [details]
Showing related emoji by clicking with the right mouse button on 🦋
in the candidate list of ibus-typing-booster.
Created attachment 1505697 [details]
Here the candidate list is displayed by the on-screen keyboard.
It shows 🦋 but clicking with the right mouse button on this emoji
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