Description of problem:
ibus-hangul default to direct EN input not Hangul
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. User starts in xkbd layout Input Source
2. Switch to Hangul IME
2. still in a direct input
2. switch to Hangul input
Seems a suboptimal default for Fedora and inconsistent with CJ.
I'm not sure if this can be an issue for Hangul users.
Updated ibus-hangul to change default mode to 'hangul' in Fedora rawhide.
Let us see whether it is okay for Hangul users.
CC'ing Hangul users.
Fedora rawhide is now modified the default input mode:
I'd ask if Hangul users can accept the change since I think the maintainers set the default to 'latin' with a certain will in ibus-hangul 1.5.1.
Usually Korean users just use ibus-hangul ONLY in GNOME, without XKB based input. (It is because the input source switching in GNOME is quite different with the Korean/English switching that has been used for decades. I tried to modify GNOME to make them compatible as possible but it was not very successful.) In this case, the initial direct EN mode is the expected default.
I understand that for those who use hangul and other language engines and switching between them, "KO default" is preferred. But most Korean users don't use ibus-hangul in that way.
sangu.fedora: Any comments on it?
I think the request would be different from the point of the actual users.
I'm an actual user. :) As I mentioned before, the preferred settings are different by use-cases. But this issue is about Fedora. In case of fresh Korean-default Fedora installation, AFAIK ibus-hangul will be set as the only input source by gnome-initial-setup. Then Latin (direct EN) is the expected default.
Okay, reverted this change in Fedora rawhide.