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* ibus changes
 
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** ibus-m17n excludes some m17n engines by default, including zh-pinyin, ko-han2, and most of kbd engines.  Because they overlap with other specific IMEs such as ibus-pinyin and ibus-hangul.
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** ibus-fep, an IBus client which can be used on text terminals, has been added.
 
* New Default Font for Korean:
 
* New Default Font for Korean:
 
** The default Korean Font has changed from "Un" to "Nanum".  As the glyphs in "Nanum" look softer than "Un" and "Nanum" has a monospace variant.
 
** The default Korean Font has changed from "Un" to "Nanum".  As the glyphs in "Nanum" look softer than "Un" and "Nanum" has a monospace variant.

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  • ibus changes
    • ibus-m17n excludes some m17n engines by default, including zh-pinyin, ko-han2, and most of kbd engines. Because they overlap with other specific IMEs such as ibus-pinyin and ibus-hangul.
    • ibus-fep, an IBus client which can be used on text terminals, has been added.
  • New Default Font for Korean:
    • The default Korean Font has changed from "Un" to "Nanum". As the glyphs in "Nanum" look softer than "Un" and "Nanum" has a monospace variant.
  • New Default Font for Simplified Chinese:
    • The default Simplified Chinese Font has changed from "WenQuanYi Zen Hei" to "WenQuanYi Zen Hei Sharp". As the "WenQuanYi Zen Hei Sharp" contains the embedded bitmap font, which makes the Simplified Chinese Font rendered more clearly on small size.
    • By running the zenheiset tool, you can change the default Simplified Chinese font back to "WenQuanYi Zen Hei".