Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 606023
chinese quotation mark can't be inputted in pair
Last modified: 2011-06-27 14:36:14 EDT
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When I use any chinese input method, e.g. pingyin, to input chinese quotation mark "“”"，it doesn't appear in pair, ““, the right quotation mark is difficult to be typed.
Is this an issue that only affects Virtaal? Or does it affect any GTK+ based application? Could you test by trying the same thing in gedit.
It only affects Virtaal, I've tried in gedit, it's ok.
(In reply to comment #2)
> It only affects Virtaal, I've tried in gedit, it's ok.
Could you tell us how to replicate this exactly?
1) What input method to setup
2) How to type the characters that produce the issue
3) What you think should happen and what does happen.
If we can replicate then we can more easily solve the problem.
1) Ibus-1.3.8-1.fc13 is installed.
2) Type: “”“”“”“”
3）Happen: ““, the same; Should Happen: “”，the left one's tail is up, the right one is down. You can set the target font as "AR PL UMing CN Light" to see the difference.
1) Ibus-pinyin-1.3.8-1.fc13 is installed.
2) Add chinese-pinyin input method, set target font as "AR PL UMing CN" in Virtaal preference dialog, and type quotation mark using chinse-pinyin.
3) Happen: ““, both are left;
Should Happen: “”，the left one's tail is up, the right
one's is down.
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