Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 197058
other language map chosen as default for bn_IN locale
Last modified: 2013-03-03 21:20:46 EST
Description of problem:
The default scim keymap activated by pressing ctrl+space on the bn_IN locale is
as-inscript instead of bn-inscript.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select language Bengali (India) from gdm and login
2. Open Gedit
3. Press ctrl+space to activate scim
default input keymap is Assamese-inscript
default input keymap should be Bengali-inscript
attached image [bengali_INscim.png]
Created attachment 131658 [details]
screenshot of as-inscript keymap layout activated by default on bengali India locale
/DefaultIMEngineFactory/bn_IN = IMEngine-M17N-bn-inscript
in the user's ~/.scim/config file rectifies this bug.
IMHO, this file is generated by scim & hence changing the component to SCIM.
Jensp, can you please comment?
Jensp, if its a scim bug, can you please re-assign it?
*** Bug 199105 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Most likely a scim or scim-m17n bug: at least a workaround is
available in scim per comment 2, though it shouldn't be necessary
to set the default for Bengali to inscript explicitly.
Also happening for ml_IN according to bug 200876#c7.
thats a completely different bug.
200876 was that when i try to select ml-inscript from scim-panel, only english
gets selected on the scim-panel.
But yes... the workaround is the same :)
ml_IN was a false alarm apparently.
Fix committed to cvs (scim_backup-default-engine-2letter-locale-197058.patch).
Also fixed Assamese default problem with scim_utility-Assamese-locale-fix.patch.
(build pending on bug 201844 btw)