This is a tracking bug for Change: Use ibus-m17n as the default IME for Vietnamese
For more details, see: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/ibus-m17n_as_default_Vietnamese_IME
The current default input method for Vietnamese is ibus-bogo. This should change to the ibus-m17n input method “m17n:vi:telex - telex (m17n)”
I am Vietnamese. I have tried using different Vietnamese typing tools even telex (m17n). Currently, I can only type Vietnamese through ibus-unikey, all other tools have errors when typing (missing characters). All the tools that support Vietnamese typing on linux that I try have not fixed the mouse click movement. In my opinion, the inclusion of ibus-m17n with telex type support is inadequate. Maybe consider ibus-unikey for Vietnamese.
Thanks for the consideration for ibus-unikey as the standard for Vietnamese typing.
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Some details with m17n:
telex(m17n) error vietnamese typing (missing characters)
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(In reply to Thuong Nghieng from comment #4)
Thank you very much for the very helpful feedback:
for F34 we agree and decided to make the switch to ibus-unikey instead.
Renamed to https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/ibus-unikey_as_default_Vietnamese_IME
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'ibus list-engine | grep unikey' shows nothing.
And comps hasn't been updated.
(In reply to Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek from comment #9)
> 'ibus list-engine | grep unikey' shows nothing.
> And comps hasn't been updated.
Thanks for the testing and feedback, Zbigniew
We have updated/tweaked the Change page to make the intent/scope of this small Change clearer/more correct.
ibus-m17n has been a default installed IME for a long time,
but with this revision to the Change (to workaround input issues with Wayland)
at this time we do not intend to install ibus-unikey by default in Workstation for all users.
But users, who install in Vietnamese or select a Vietnamese desktop,
should get ibus-unikey post-installed automatically via the langpacks mechanism.
This should work with langpacks-3.0-11.fc34 or later.
A simple way to check will be `sudo dnf install langpacks-vi`
(currently I am still seeing langpacks-3.0-10.fc34 here).
Oh, OK. langpacks-3.0-12.fc34 should go out in the next compose, i.e. even today.
So everything seems in order.