ibus Hangul method doesn't map correctly on non-qwerty keyboards

Bug #685174 reported by Popolon on 2010-12-04
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ibus-hangul (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Binary package hint: ibus-hangul

In non qwerty keyboard (I use french azerty keyboard), the standard disposition for hangul keyboard is not keept, it swap characters following qwerty/azerty changes.

The good disposition should be local keyboard independant :

Tested with last ibus-hangul method in ubuntu and last updates of ibus from ibus official site the problem is the same, I suppose this is a problem in the inbus-hangul module itself (is not updated since ubuntu realease). I will report bug in the official ibus site too.

Popolon (popolon) wrote :

This is the link of the bug report on ibus bugtracker :

Popolon (popolon) wrote :

The bug is now resolved in git, perhaps the patch could work with actual Ubuntu version of ibus-hangul.


But please, consider at least to update ibus-hangul to version 1.3.1 in natty else everyone with a non-US keyboard will not be able to type korean a strandard way...

Popolon (popolon) wrote :

The corrective patch is already applied in Debian

Ma Hsiao-chun (mahsiaochun) wrote :

Natty is about to EOL.
Does this problem also happen in Oneiric or Precise?
If not, I'd mark this as Fix Released.

Popolon (popolon) wrote :

Ubuntu recent version apparently synchronised with debian packages, no more problems with hangul input method on 12.04 precise.

Aron Xu (happyaron) wrote :

Fix has released long ago...

Changed in ibus-hangul (Ubuntu):
status: New → Fix Released
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