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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; ja-JP; rv:1.0.1) Gecko/20020823
Description of problem:
With every applications used on Gnome Desktop, Canna server doesn't operate
well. After input of Japanese !Hkana!I language, when I push the space bar 2 times
or more to chose another candidate of Japanese !Hkanji!I language, operation of
Canna server is stopped.
On KDE Desktop these trouble doesn't happen, and Canna server operates well.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. push the shift key and space bar together to start Canna on a application on
2. input of Japanese !Hkana!I language
3. push the space bar 2 times or more (or use a arrow key in the !Hichiran!I
window) to chose another candidate of Japanese !Hkanji!I language
4. push the enter key to decide the candidate of Japanese !Hkanji!I language
Actual Results: Canna server stops it's operation, and Japanese !Hkanji!I
language isn't displayed correctly.
Expected Results: Canna server continues it's operation well, and Japanese
!Hkanji!I language is displayed correctly
On KDE Desktop these trouble doesn't happen, and Canna server operates well. So,
I think these trouble becomes from a bug of Gnome Desktop.
!H and !I in the description above are bad letters. Thease are " correctly.
I think this is a Canna or kinput2 bug that gtk2 just happens to trigger.
(I haven't tried to reproduce it, going from the above description.)
I'm reassigning it to kinput2 now. but I don't know it's kinput2 bug or Canna
bug. at least kinput2 has a way to avoid this.
*** Bug 85832 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
fixed in v3.1-8