Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 501414
[kn_IN]Cursor stays in the middle of char when moving it to the right hand of the char.
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:27:41 EST
Description of problem:
When moving cursor to the right hand of the total char, the cursor stays in the middle location.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Select "RAW CODE" in scim-bridge
2.Input U+0CC4 in gedit.(or "U+0CBE", "U+0CCC", "U+0CCD")
3.Press right arrow key to move cursor to right hand of the char.
Cursor stays in the middle location.It didn't move to the right of the total char.
Cursor can move to the right of the total char.
U+0C95 U+0CC4 ಕೄ
U+0C97 U+0CC4 ಗೄ
U+0C9C U+0CC4 ಜೄ
U+0C9F U+0CC4 ಟೄ
U+0CA4 U+0CC4 ತೄ
U+0C96 U+0CC4 ಖೄ
have the same problem.
1. U+0AB2 U+0AC2 લૂ
2. U+0AB3 U+0AC2 ળૂ
3. U+0AB5 U+0AC2 વૂ
4. U+0AB6 U+0AC2 શૂ
5. U+0AB7 U+0AC2 ષૂ
6. U+0AB8 U+0AC2 સૂ
7. U+0AB9 U+0AC2 હૂ
also has the same problem
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