Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 501847
[ml_IN][GSUB] U+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D48 U+0D35 U+0D4D delete key can't delete the whole char
Last modified: 2009-12-18 05:06:58 EST
DDescription of problem:
In gedit input U+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D48 U+0D35 U+0D4D with RAW CODE,then press delete key,it can delete the whole char
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.In gedit input U+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D48 U+0D35 U+0D4D with RAW CODE,press delete key once
It can't delete the whole char when pressing once
It should can delete the whole char when pressing once
U+0D05 U+0D2A U+0D4D U+0D21 U+0D47 U+0D31 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4D
U+0D05 U+0D2A U+0D4D U+0D17 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D47 U+0D21 U+0D4D
U+0D35 U+0D4D U+0D2F U+0D15 U+0D4D U+0D24 U+0D02
U+0D07 U+0D28 U+0D4D U+200D U+0D38 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4B U+0D33 U+0D4D U+200D
also has the same problem
"Delete" key deletes the next character. So appreciate if you could elaborate the description of the bug.
In gedit input U+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D48 U+0D35 U+0D4D with RAW CODE ഡ്രൈവ്
Then press the cursor before the whole char ഡ്രൈവ്
Then press delete key,it can't delete the whole char,it just delete part of the whole char.
delete key deletes syllable wise
so in this sequence..
U+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D48 U+0D35 U+0D4D
first delete should delete
U+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30
second delete should delete
and third delete should delete
if things appearing like i have given above i guess better to close this bug
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