[Scribus] CJK Issues - This information known?

Plinnell mrdocs
Fri Mar 14 16:13:27 CET 2008

On Sunday 09 March 2008 05:14:54 Andrew Thorburn wrote:
> I know this is an existing bug, I'm just wondering if there's been any
> progress yet... It's a little frustrating.
> I'm also wondering if this is a known bug (or at least expected bug):
> Start Scribus, create text area, edit text area (ctrl + Y), select scim
> IM by right-clicking. Enter a Chinese Character. Press space. Delete it.
> Try to do it again. Watch it crash. It's worth noting that if I use
> enter, everything works fine, provided I entered at least two
> characters. But, and I have no idea why, SCIM decides that it'll insert
> the pinyin text when I hit enter. I wish I could make it *not* do that.
> e.g. '[Char][Char]dajia' - not terribly fun. But that doesn't cause a
> crash, which is interesting. It's also worth noting that if I hit space,
> rather than enter, then the character acts as though it hasn't been
> properly entered - e.g. Can't select with [shift]+[right/left], or with
> the mouse, but [shift]+[home] works fine.
> Is this all known information? I didn't see it in the bug reports...
> Maybe I didn't look hard enough?
> Here's the terminal output, showing the above bug, plus a few characters
> that actually appeared and didn't instantly crash it using [enter]:
> QInputContext: no input method context available
> QInputContext: no input method context available
> QInputContext: no input method context available


This might be this bug: http://bugs.scribus.net/view.php?id=3173

Can you indicate and comment in this bug if it not under Windows ? What 
platform and versions ?



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