Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 709954
Korean input broken after switching from 2bul to 3bul Yetgeul and back
Last modified: 2014-08-04 18:03:53 EDT
Description of problem:
I type a Korean word '백과사전' using the key sequences 'qorrhktkwjs「Enter」' in gedit.
Once I change 'Input Layout' of Hangul scim task bar on the bottom left in Desktop '두벌식' -> '세벌식 옛글' -> '두벌식'(Back to default), Gedit cannot render '백과사전' any more when typing the sane key sequence.
It renders 4-digits characters(unicode) instead.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
[root@unused-12-196 ~]# rpm -qa | grep gedit
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start korean desktop
2. Open gedit and trun scim Korean on
3. Type 'qorrhktkwjs「Enter」'
4. Change 'Input Layout' '두벌식' -> '세벌식 옛글' -> '두벌식'
5. Type 'qorrhktkwjs「Enter」'
Gedit cannot render '백과사전' in step5
Gedit can render '백과사전'
Created attachment 502425 [details]
Reproduced - I assume this is not a regression?
Doesn't happen with scim in F15.
This could probably be fixed by update scim-hangul to a newer version
but it is probably a bit late in the RHEL5 lifecycle for that.
I think "3bul Yetgeul" is a pretty little used layout
and given there are a lot of changes from latest scim-hangul,
and that this is not a customer bug I would like to propose to
defer this bug.
This doesn't look like it will make 5.8 so closing deferred.
*** Bug 767112 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***