Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 799777
Dia with the "--integrated" option prevent IBUS input to work (in Dia)
Last modified: 2012-08-07 12:22:24 EDT
Description of problem:
My preference is a single window to make my diagrams. I run Dia with the option --integrated.
the --integrated option renders ibus input ineffective on my system using Dia.
I use ibus + Mozec to input Japanese. My OS is en_US. I can input Japanese in Dia using ibus as long as I don't use the Dia single window option "--integrated" option.
When I launch Dia --integrated, selecting an input option in the dia menu
"input method" as not effect.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 15 lxde
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch dia with the option --integrated
2. Create a shape
3. Turn ibus Mozec (or Anthy) to input Japanese
Input Japanese text in the Shapes
F15 will soon be EOL, but this problem possibly affect F16, F17. Could you keep this bug open until the issue has been addressed? Thanks.
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