Description of problem:
When ibus (input method) has been activated, I cannot type in gnome-do. I can show and hide gnome-do using the keyboard but nothing comes up in gnome-do when typing. When ibus is disabled, then it works.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 0.8.3.1
How reproducible: always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Ensure that the input method is set to iBus
2. Show gnome-do
3. Start typing a program name e.g. firefox
Actual results: gnome-do does not sense any typing and nothing is shown
Expected results: What you type should show up and match the program/document etc.
The IBus upstream says they added some workaround in IBus side.
Are you still seeing this with the latest ibus 1.3.6-1 package?
just tried with:
It works fine for me. since only reubild happened between f13's and f14's, I think this issue has been gone with ibus updates as per comment #1.
We have provided an update for f13 too and f13 is going to be EOL soon, I'll close this now.
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