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Strange Input of Korean letters in Kubuntu. #113

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nemonein opened this Issue Dec 19, 2017 · 11 comments

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nemonein commented Dec 19, 2017

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Hello.
I've found something strange while I type Korean letters on Joplin.
I'm using Kubuntu with Nimf input framework.

While Korean letters(consonants and vowels) are assembled, unnecessary space is inserted.
It's hard to tell, but just please watch the gif I attached.
joplin

I've been using several Electron based programs(Atom, Simplenote, Etcher, etc..), but there is no problem like this.

Thank you for reading!

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laurent22 commented Dec 19, 2017

Do you mean the small corner before each letter? Is it only Joplin that does this or are there any other programs that do it? I'm curious if it's a bug or some settings in the lib I'm using which should be set differently.

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nemonein commented Dec 20, 2017

Thank you for your response.
Yes, it's the small corner. It only appears on Joplin. I have never seen such thing before in any other program.

It might be(I'm not sure) related to Nimf(input framework). I'll try with other input system(such as Fcitx, ibus), and let you know the results.

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nemonein commented Dec 20, 2017

I tested with another Input system, fcitx, but the result is same.
I hope you can find what causes this.

For the record: if I use Latin letters(English) only, there's no problem at all.

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laurent22 commented Feb 6, 2018

Does this issue also happen in the Ace Editor demo? https://ace.c9.io/build/kitchen-sink.html

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nemonein commented Feb 6, 2018

I have no idea about Ace Editor, but I tried.
Here's screen image when I tried with Google chrome in Kubuntu 17.10.
ace_editor_demo

I've tested with a few browsers,

  • Firefox on Kubuntu/Windows 10 : Works quite well. (I can't say "very well")
  • IE on Windows 10 : Does not work. I could type Korean letters, but the result is weird.
  • Edge on Windows 10 : I could not type Korean letters at all.
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laurent22 commented Feb 7, 2018

Ace is the editor that Joplin is using so if it's showing the bug in the kitchen sink it means there's probably not much I can do on my side. I see it's also doing it when inputting Chinese characters.

I have reported the bug there for now - ajaxorg/ace#3554

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nemonein commented Feb 7, 2018

@laurent22 Thanks!

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laurent22 commented Jul 29, 2018

That should be fixed in the latest Ace release so it will need to upgraded in Joplin - ajaxorg/ace#3554 (comment)

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nemonein commented Sep 5, 2018

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I don't think it's been fixed.
I've tried the latest one, v1.0.105 on Kubuntu 18.04, but it's still the same.
joplin-20180905

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laurent22 commented Sep 5, 2018

It also doesn't work in the kitchen sink? https://ace.c9.io/build/kitchen-sink.html

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nemonein commented Sep 5, 2018

It works good in the kitchen sink. https://ace.c9.io/build/kitchen-sink.html
On Google Chrome and Firefox, it's fine on both.

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