I installed Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-34-20210308.n.0.iso in qemu and logged into Gnome Wayland.
Then added ibus-typing-booster to the input methods.
Then opened gedit and typed using ibus-typing-booster.
1) When finishing typing a word and committing it by typing a space, the space is not inserted. So one has to type space twice after each word.
2) When typing a word and then going back using "arrow left" to the left side of the preedit and then typing one more arrow left, the cursor is at the right side of the committed word
When opening the setup tool and selecting the option
✅ Use a workaround for a bug in Qt im module
It works better because when this option is used, ibus-typing-booster tries to avoid forward_key_event() as much as possible.
- Now when typing a word and committing with space, the space is inserted.
- When typing a word and going back using using “arrow left” to the left side of the preedit and then typing one more arrow left, the cursor is one character to the left of the right side of the committed word.
Similar problem with ibus-hangul:
Type "a " and you get “ㅁ” but it should be “ㅁ ”, i.e. the space is missing.
Reported this issue to mutter upstream.
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