Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 658728
Ibus can't support Chinese normally when chat with others
Last modified: 2014-01-12 19:01:03 EST
Description of problem:
when I translate some Chinese words using ibus tools in website,especially some chat websites such as Gtalk, QQ and web.qq , it always can't display the Chinese words, and the occur just flicker and flicker.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
fedora13 and RHEL6(RC4)
Steps to Reproduce:
1.setup the ibus on Chinese status
2.chat with friends using Gtalk or web.qq chat-tools or others, and chat with Chinese language.
a several minutes later, the ibus wouldn't support Chinese, but flicker again and again when using it.
no this phenomemon
when the error happened, you can restart ibus, it will okay, but it also wrong some times when you restart it several times.
the bug don't happen every times when you try to reproduce it.
Does this happen when you use native Chatting applications?
Does this happen if you do a long time Chinese typing in other forms of input on a website? Like writing a blog entry.
What's the browser you are using and can you reproduce this problem if you change to a different browser?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Does this happen when you use native Chatting applications?
Sorry,I didn't use native Chatting applications, but I haven't found this error when I did Chinese typing in local, such as gedit, vim, etc.
> Does this happen if you do a long time Chinese typing in other forms of input
> on a website? Like writing a blog entry.
> What's the browser you are using and can you reproduce this problem if you
> change to a different browser?
firefox, version 3.6.10, I didn't use other browser, but I can try to reproduce it on Google Chrome browser. if I can reproduce it, I will update the comment on time.
I think it's more like ibus issue than localization issue. Moving to Fedora/ibus component.
Were you able to try this in Fedora 14?
Fedora Bugzappers volunteer triage team
(In reply to comment #4)
> Were you able to try this in Fedora 14?
I just reproduced it on Fedora 13 and RHEL6, since I didn't using Fedora 14 system. I can have a try on Fedora 14 .
> (In reply to comment #5)
> I can have a try on Fedora 14 .
Yes, it's better to use Fedora 14.
Also the latest is ibus-1.3.9-1 .
You could update the ibus:
yum --enablerepo=updates-testing update ibus
I cannot reproduce your problem. I can use ibus-pinyin on Gtalk and GEdit.
Do you have any updates?
(In reply to comment #7)
> Do you have any updates?
Sorry, I'm late, it also occurred on Fedora 14, and the web.qq.com may help you reproduce it easily (you need a QQ account and chat with your friends).
(In reply to comment #8)
> Sorry, I'm late, it also occurred on Fedora 14, and the web.qq.com may help
> you reproduce it easily (you need a QQ account and chat with your friends).
The web.qq.com is a bit difficult for me since I cannot read the Chinese registration and maybe it needs another account to chat.
The top page on web.qq.com shows a search box and I don't see any problems with ibus-pinyin.
Are you able to attach the screenshot to show your problem?
% gnome-screenshot --delay 5
Also which key sequences are typed to reproduce your problem with ibus-pinyin?
I can try gtalk on firefox 3.6.13