Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 727397
[Indic] Rupee Sign is shown as Unicode Value instead of Symbol of it.
Last modified: 2015-08-01 04:05:32 EDT
Created attachment 516240 [details]
PDF of Indian English Layout
Description of problem:
Rupee Sign is shown as Unicode Value [U20B9]instead of Symbol [₹]of it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. select Indian English Keymap with Rupee Sign
2. Select Show Keyboard Layout
3. Check Number 4 key
it is showing unicode value (U20b9)
it should use Sign (₹)
Print (pdf) of layout attached
Created attachment 516248 [details]
- font has glyph for it (you can input in gedit)
- gucharmap is not showing any information (attached #2)
this issue also exist for RHEL 5.7 build (xkeyboard-config-0.8.10)
Moving to glib2 for now since this seems to affect both
gnome-keyboard-properties and gucharmap.
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I guess it would be nice to verify if backport newer unicode data
from later glib2 fixes this issue.
It won't. gucharmap ships with its own copy of the unicode data.
Moving this back to gucharmap.
I think another bug needs to be cloned for xkeyboard-config.