Description of problem:
When I input characters, sometimes this bug occurs, the PC will not accept input from the keyboard morever. Since it accepts mouse operation, logout and shutdown are possible.
When I log out and re-login, PC is able to accept only direct input (English). Also, the IME icon on the task bar is lost. It will also be impossible to switch input modes.
I am a Japanese user, but when after login, I cannot enter Japanese characters. After this bug occurrence, only English characters can be entered.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open an application that can enter letters (eg gedit or Firefox)
2.keep typing characters until this bug occurs.
Which version of ibus do you use?
Which Japanese input method engine do you use? (`ibus engine` command)
Which desktop do you use? GNOME?
ibus engine is "kkc" .
Desktop environment is Gnome .
Which version of ibus do you use? (`rpm -q ibus` command)
> When I log out and re-login, PC is able to accept only direct input (English). Also, the IME icon on the task bar is lost. It will also be impossible to switch input modes.
Does it mean a XKB layout US or JP is enabled instead of kkc?
Would you get the result of the following command when you encounter the problem?
% gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.input-sources sources
Is the PID of ibus-daemon changed when you encounter the problem?
I see such behaviour sometimes in desktop VMs...
Not sure it is an ibus issue though?
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