Description of problem:
Input does not work correctly for pinyin input-method in Chinese popular IM software QQ.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Download the installation package of QQ
2.Install and run QQ
3.Switch the input method into pinyin
4.Type some characters
Output the English characters
Output the Chinese characters
I assume you're talking about the deprecated QQ for Linux from Tencent.
AFAIK, it was linked to a old gtk2 library, which might not work with the new IBus-1.4 release.
Since it's a closed commercial package, there's little chance for us to attach a patch for re-linking to the new library deployed in Fedora 15.
I haven't touch QQ for Linux for long so I might be wrong on that. Personal recommendation is to switch to WebQQ as a workaround for QQ IM. It's more robust than the discontinued QQ for Linux.
Thanks for reporting.
Probably you need to file a bug to the upstream IBus as well: