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Japanese Text Disappears with IME #2944

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akashdeep-sarin opened this issue Jul 24, 2019 · 2 comments
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Japanese Text Disappears with IME #2944

akashdeep-sarin opened this issue Jul 24, 2019 · 2 comments

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@akashdeep-sarin
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@akashdeep-sarin akashdeep-sarin commented Jul 24, 2019

Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?

Bug

What's the current behavior?

When a user types a text in Japanese, the text seems to disappear.
At fast typing speeds, the bug is easily reproducible.
Microsoft IME is used for Japanese text in Chrome on Windows.

For bugs, you must include the following:

  • A JSFiddle that minimally reproduces the issue:
    Any sample application including example on slate.js shows this behaviour.

  • A GIF showing the issue in action.
    japanese_text_issue

  • Information about your OS, browser, Slate version, etc.
    OS: Windows 10
    Browser: Chrome
    Slate Version: 0.45 (and 0.47.4(latest))

What's the expected behavior?

Text should come up as soon as it is typed... Something like as in MS word....
Also being reflected as a part of the Document object in parallel...
japanese_text_issue_ms_word

@milkman4
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@milkman4 milkman4 commented Jul 30, 2019

This is a known issue. Here's a similar one #2368

@ianstormtaylor
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@ianstormtaylor ianstormtaylor commented Nov 28, 2019

I believe that this may be fixed by #3093, which has changed a lot of the logic in Slate and slate-react especially. I'm going to close this out, but as always, feel free to open a new issue if it persists for you. Thanks for understanding.

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