Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 872830
[Indic] Rendering of dependent vowel is changed with cursor moment (tested in gedit)
Last modified: 2013-12-22 23:07:03 EST
Description of problem:
Rendering of dependent vowel (South Asian Locales) is changed with cursor moment (tested in gedit), while it was not happening with pango rendering (Fedora 17) or in Libreoffice (fedora 18).
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Copy paste for dependent vowel character from http://utrrs-testing.rhcloud.com/language/bn_IN/ (or copy paste following)
2. move cursor or press enter at end of character
3. dotted circle appear and disappear
dotted circle appear and disappear randomly
dotted circle should not change with cursor movement (which is not happening in Firefox itself (which is also using
1. OGG file for Video
2. Fedora 17 gedit/pango have not such issue
Created attachment 637546 [details]
Video file (ogg) for Cursor issue
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