Documentation I18n Beat
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Revision as of 09:57, 26 September 2012
$HOME/.xinputrchas been moved to
$HOME/.imsettings.loghas been moved to
- The default engine for Simplified Chinese has been changed to ibus-libpinyin (see Features/ibus-libpinyin for more details).
- On the GNOME Desktop, im-chooser is now deprecated except in Fallback mode.
- Since GNOME 3.6 supports ibus as the default input method system, users should now use gnome-control-center to setup their input methods:
- click on the user menu at the upper right corner of the panel.
- select System Settings from the menu
- click on the Region & Language icon
- open the Input Sources tab
- click on + icon to add input sources
- choose one or more input source you want to add
- If you can't the input source in the list you are looking for, try running the following command in a terminal and restart the desktop:
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.input-sources show-all-sources true
- There may be no shortcut key to turn on/off the input method by default. you can enable it with the following steps:
- click the shortcut settings link in the Input Sources tab on System Settings or click the Keyboard icon at the top and the Shortcuts tab, the Typing section at the left pane.
- click on the Switch to next source, press [Control] + [space].
- If no input source is configured by default for your native language, you can add it using the above steps as a workaround. Here is a table of input sources corresponding to the input method engines:
|Input source name||Input method engine|
|Chinese (Intelligent Pinyin)||ibus-libpinyin|
|* (inscript (m17n))||ibus-m17n|
|* (itrans (m17n))||ibus-m17n|
|* (phonetic (m17n))||ibus-m17n|
- ibus-typing-booster is a predictive input method for the ibus platform. It predicts complete words based on partial input. One can then simply select the desired word from a list of suggestions and improve one's typing speed and spelling. ibus-typing-booster currently supports the following Asian and European languages:
- Assamese, Bengali, Farsi, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu
- English, Danish, French
- Indian onscreen keyboard (iok) is available with minor enhancements.
- fonts-tweak-tool now supports the language ordering to decide what language has precedence to display the text, and the font properties to change the sub-pixel rendering and hinting configuration per fonts.
- Liberation fonts are rebased to Google's CrOS Core fonts and has OFL license, more improvements for hinting data and coverage.
- Enhancements for paktype-naqsh-fonts, paktype-tehreer-fonts, paktype-naskh-basic-fonts, and paktype-ajrak-fonts.
- New font Lohit Tamil Classical (lohit-tamil-classical-fonts) for Tamil language and Kalapi (kalapi-fonts) for Gujarati language.
- Madan (madan-fonts) for Nepali, Navilu (navilu-fonts) and Gubbi (gubbi-fonts) for Kannada now has minimum required characters as per fontconfig file to support respective languages.
$HOME/.fonts.confis deprecated. the users are encouraged to move it to
$HOME/.fonts.conf.dis deprecated. the users are encouraged to move it to
- the fontconfig config files which not enabled by default has been moved from
/usr/share/fontconfig/conf.avail. if you have any symbolic-links from the old place, please update.