I am having troubles after upgrading from 12.1 to 12.3. I hope someone
can help me.
One problem is that I am no longer able to switch input method on
Japanese keyboard using zenkaku-hankaku key or any other defined key
combination. I presently have scim and Anthy configured, as it was
before the upgrade. System languages are English and Japanese. System is
a US laptop with US 104 key. I have attached a Logicool multimedia
Japanese keyboard defined as OADG109A in the configuration of KDE3 and
One problem is that the input method can no longer be switched from the
keyboard using zenkaku-hankaku key or any other defined key combination
but the keyboard can be switched between US and JA. I am using scim and
Anthy, which I've been using since 10.1. System languages are English
and Japanese. System is a laptop with US 104 key. Attached is a Logicool
Japanese multimedia keyboard defined as OADG109A in the configurations
of KDE and Gnome.
I am using KDE3 and fvwm. The other window managers are still
problematic and not very usable.
ibus can only switch input method by much trouble and effort using
series of mouse clicks and then it keeps automatically switching input
method back to system default keyboard. ibus was uninstalled.
scim loads the system default configuration when it restarts. It only
reloads the user configuration when user logs out then logs in again.
Does this problem seem familiar to anyone?
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