Description of problem:
The Russian "translit" input method does not work
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Enable ibus, set up the translit input method
2. Open gedit, switch on the translit method
3. Start typing
Roman characters are typed. The ibus "options" dialogue (showing possible completions) appears after each character you type (whichever one, even ones that shouldn't need a prompt, like "p"), but is always empty.
Cyrillic characters are typed.
The "yawerty" and "rustrad" input methods are working.
If I go back to the older "ibus-table-translit" package, then the "translit" method from that package still works fine.
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
Could you give some testcase? Is it working any better now?
I recommend trying the "translit (m17n)" from m17n too.
Well, the current F-13 ibus-table-cyrillic (ibus-table-cyrillic-220.127.116.1100907-5.fc13.noarch) no longer provides/obsoletes the translit input method/ibus-table-translit. (ibus-table-cyrillic just provides the yawerty and rustrad methods), so this bug is not relevant any more.