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| [[User:Mso]]
 
| [[User:Mso]]
| US
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| CZ, but using en_US locale
 
| GNOME
 
| GNOME
| English (en_US)
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| Japanese (ja)
 
| PASS with unwanted side-effects when compositing turned on
 
| PASS with unwanted side-effects when compositing turned on
 
| Japanese(anthy) PASS
 
| Japanese(anthy) PASS
| PASS (gedit, epiphany, midori, gnome-terminal, gajim, stardict, fantasdict, evolution, rhythmbox, totem, gnumeric, subtitleeditor)
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| PASS (gedit, epiphany, midori, gnome-terminal, gajim, stardict, fantasdict, evolution, rhythmbox, totem, gnumeric, subtitleeditor), PASS with hickups (inkscape, abiword)
WARN (inkscape, abiword) <ref group="long"> PASS with hickups means the typed text does not appear at the cursor position until final output is selected (it does appear in a separate toolbox though), considering how it works in other cases though, this might be actually correct/expected behaviour; </ref> <ref> odities with turning on/off filled as [[rhbug:500731|500731]] </ref>
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| PASS with hickups means the typed text does not appear at the cursor position until final output is selected (it does appear in a separate toolbox though), considering how it works in other cases though, this might be actually correct/expected behaviour; odities with turning on/off filled as [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=500731 rhbz #500731]
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|-
 
| [[User:Jassy]]
 
| [[User:Jassy]]
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| Punjabi (pa)
 
| Punjabi (pa)
 
| PASS
 
| PASS
| Punjabi FAIL <ref group="long">When trying to type, Punjabi keymaps should be enabled default, which is not the case. In KDE punjabi input is not working (Tried with kate and kwrite) [[rhbug:501653|501653]].</ref>
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| Punjabi FAIL
 
| PASS (gedit, firefox)
 
| PASS (gedit, firefox)
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| When trying to type, Punjabi keymaps should be enabled default, which is not the case. In KDE punjabi input is not working (Tried with kate and kwrite).
 
| <references/>
 
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| Bengali India (bn_IN)
 
| Bengali India (bn_IN)
 
| PASS
 
| PASS
| FAIL <ref group="long">Test 2: The ibus service was enabled but the keymaps were not added or any default keymap linked for the locale. The steps for Test 2 indicate the manual addition of the keymaps as a feature. Automatic addition of the keymaps and activating a designated default map amongst them, when logging in a particular language would be of benefit. Additionally, it would be a seamless migration for users habituated to using a similar approach with scim in earlier Fedora versions. Apologies in advance if this is not the case and my test environment was the culprit.</ref>
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| PASS (comments in the last field)
| PASS (gedit, kwrite, oowriter, xchat, firefox, lokalize)
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| PASS (gedit, kwrite, oowriter, xchat, firefox)
| <references/>
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| Test 2: The ibus service was enabled but the keymaps were not added or any default keymap linked for the locale. The steps for Test 2 indicate the manual addition of the keymaps as a feature. Automatic addition of the keymaps and activating a designated default map amongst them, when logging in a particular language would be of benefit. Additionally, it would be a seamless migration for users habituated to using a similar approach with scim in earlier Fedora versions. Apologies in advance if this is not the case and my test environment was the culprit.
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|[[User:Swkothar | Sweta Kothari]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Gujarati (gu-IN)
 
| PASS
 
| Gujarati FAIL  <ref group="long"> changing the Gujarati local after when trying to type something, Gujarati keymaps should be enabled bydefault but it is not working in this case. Rest of all are working fine.</ref>
 
|PASS (gedit, kwrite, lokalize, firefox)
 
| <references/>
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[User:Liam|Liam Li]]
 
| [[User:Liam|Liam Li]]
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| PASS
 
| PASS
 
| Chinese(PinYin) PASS
 
| Chinese(PinYin) PASS
| PASS (terminal, stardic, firefox, openoffice, gedit, vi, thunderbird, xchat)
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| PASS with terminal/stardic/firefox/openoffice/gedit/vi/thunderbird/xchat
FAIL (AbiWord) <ref>it seems AbiWord doesn't support Chinese.</ref> <ref>[[rhbug:500760|500760]]</ref> <ref>[[rhbug:500762|500762]]</ref> <ref>[[rhbug:500763|500763]]</ref>
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| [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=500760 #500760] [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=500762 #500762] [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=500763 #500763]
| <references/>
 
|-
 
 
 
| [[User:rfujita|Ryo Fujita]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Japanese (ja)
 
| PASS
 
| Japanese PASS
 
| PASS (firefox, evolution)
 
FAIL (abiword) <ref group="long"> In abiword, a hiragana character 'no' is settled on a kanji character 'ton', unicode 5678, UTF8 E5 99 B8. (added 15th. May) It's not a IBus issue. AbiWord has a bug.</ref>
 
| <references/>
 
|-
 
 
 
| [[User:Tagoh]]
 
| JP
 
| GNOME
 
| Japanese (ja)
 
| PASS
 
| Japanese(anthy) PASS
 
| PASS (gedit, evolution, firefox, pidgin)
 
| <references/>
 
|-
 
 
 
|[[User:Rajesh | Rajesh]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Hindi (hi-IN)
 
| PASS
 
| Hindi FAIL  <ref group="long"> changing the Hindi local after when trying to type something, Hindi keymaps should be enabled bydefault but it is not working in this case. Recently selected keymap type is loaded by default always. It should be what I have chosen as a preference as my keymap. </ref>
 
| PASS (gedit, kwrite, lokalize, firefox, openoffice)
 
| <references/>
 
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|[[User:Rajesh | Rajesh]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Maithili (mai-IN)
 
| PASS
 
| Maithili FAIL <ref group="long"> changing the Maithili local after when trying to type something, Maithili keymaps should be enabled bydefault but it is not working in this case.  </ref>
 
|PASS (gedit,firefox, openoffice)
 
FAIL (kwrite, lokalize)  <ref>[[rhbug:501665|501665]]</ref>
 
| <references/>
 
 
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|[[User:aphukan | Amitakhya Phukan]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Assamese (as-IN)
 
| PASS
 
| Assamese PASS <ref group="long"> For Assamese, after logging in to the GNOME Desktop, IBUS was enabled by default. I had to choose the Assamese keyboard layouts manually, but once selected, it was convenient to use.
 
</ref>
 
| PASS (gedit,firefox, openoffice, kwrite, lokalize)
 
| <references/>
 
* The short cut keys for changing the input methods are different from SCIM. Typing in applications like gedit, FireFox, OpenOffice, kate and lokalize are working fine. [[rhbug:501673|501673]]
 
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|[[User:shanky | Shankar Prasad]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Kannada (kn-IN)
 
| PASS
 
| PASS Kannada
 
| PASS (gedit,firefox, openoffice, kwrite, lokalize)
 
| Test 2:
 
# Automatic addition of the keymaps and activating a default keymap would be good for any user.
 
# There is some ambiguity in the steps of test case
 
# Unless we click on any editor, the ibus won't get activated and left clicking on the icon will lead to nothing
 
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| [[User:Sandeeps | Sandeep Shedmake]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Marathi (mr_IN)
 
| PASS
 
| FAIL for Marathi <ref group="long"> Having logged-in with Marathi language resources, ibus service gets enabled but keymaps aren't added by default (hence, added manually). Above tests were done for ibus-1.1.0.200900508-3.fc11.x86_64.  </ref>
 
| PASS (gedit, kwrite, oowriter, firefox, lokalize)
 
| <references/>
 
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| [[User:kkrothap | Krishnababu K]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Telugu (te_IN)
 
| PASS
 
| Telugu FAIL <ref group="long">Test Case 2: After logging into GNOME session by Telugu language support, input method ibus has been enabled by default. But Telugu key maps were not enabled by default, so i added them manually. (They have to be added and enabled by default according to the test case 2). I had perform these test cases on  ibus-1.1.0.20090508-3.fc11.x86_64 </ref>
 
| PASS (gedit, kwrite, oowriter, firefox, lokalize)
 
| <references/>
 
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| [[User:anipeter | Ani Peter]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Malayalam (ml_IN)
 
| PASS
 
| FAIL <ref group="long"> Test case 2, the results fails. ie, As per instructions in steps 2,3 & 4, the left click does not list any keymaps added in the "Input Method" page. Instead, if we place cursor in any text input area, the keymaps we have added manually are displayed on left click.  </ref>
 
| PASS (gedit, kwrite, oowriter, firefox, lokalize) <ref group="long"> My observations in Test Case 3: Selected keymaps in the order Inscript and Swanalekha, opened Gedit and enabled Ibus. Since the order of keymaps selected is last added first, Swanalekha appeared as default keymap when Ibus was enabled. Swanalekha does not have an icon, hence the default icon for Ibus appeared initially and once started input, the name "swanalekha" appeared in the Ibus tab. Switching to the second keymap and input using all keymaps worked fine in gedit, kwrite, lokalize and oowriter.  </ref>
 
| <references/>
 
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|[[User:Lin|BrillianceLin]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Chinese (zh_CN)
 
| PASS
 
| Chinese(PinYin) PASS
 
| PASS (terminal/nano,GIMP,firefox, openoffice, gedit)
 
FAIL (AbiWord)
 
|Similar as Liam Li problem1. Abi display characters (when writing content)are not correspond to user selected character(eg.Time new romans, DejaVu Sans). But UKai/UMing CN/TW/HK fonts work.
 
| <references/>
 
|-
 
| [[User:chanueting]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| English (en_GB)
 
| PASS
 
| Chinese (tables: cangjie5, cangjie3, quick3) PASS
 
| PASS (gedit, firefox, abiword, terminal, pidgin)
 
| Trad. Chinese characters are only tested. And there are many "not-supported" Unicode character are shown in number forms, that may be the system language problem.
 
|-
 
| [[User:chanueting]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Chinese (zh_HK)
 
| PASS
 
| Chinese (tables: cangjie5, cangjie3, quick3) PASS
 
| PASS (gedit, firefox, terminal, pidgin) FAIL abiword
 
| Trad. Chinese characters are only tested. No unicode are shown in number form, but simp, Chinese is set by default. Changes might be needed.
 
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| [[User:ifelix]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Tamil (ta_IN)
 
| PASS
 
| Fail
 
| PASS (gedit, firefox, kate, terminal, lokalize)
 
| The 2nd case test is failed b'cos When i start the iBus it is not in my locale input method so if it is in Tamil locale input method then it 'll be good.
 
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| Eun-Ju Kim
 
| KR-compat
 
| GNOME
 
| Korean (ko_KR)
 
| PASS
 
| PASS
 
| FAIL (firefox, lokalize, openoffice, gedit)
 
| Basic input works, but if I input consonant-vowel consonant-vowel and press Backspace the consonant-vowel character is [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=501212 recommitted instead of deletion]. * [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=501214 IBus icon is not obvious] - hard to recognise as input-method for new users.
 
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| Takuro Nagamoto
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Japanese (ja_JP)
 
| PASS
 
| PASS
 
| PASS (openoffice, firefox, lokalize, kwrite, gedit)
 
| RFE: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=501217 autocompletion] of previous input with Tab key
 
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| Leah Liu
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Simplified Chinese (zh_CN)
 
| PASS
 
| pinyin PASS
 
| PASS (openoffice, firefox, lokalize)
 
| fuzzy pinyin very slow * Could you [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=501218 make the pinyin setup window come to the front] when click the toolbar setting icon
 
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| Xi Huang
 
| US
 
| GNOME and KDE
 
| Simplified Chinese (zh_CN)
 
| PASS
 
| pinyin PASS
 
| PASS (kate, gedit, openoffice, firefox, lokalize)
 
| fuzzy pinyin very slow
 
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| Terry Chuang
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| English
 
| PASS
 
| pinyin:PASS chewing:FAIL
 
| PASS (lokalize, firefox)
 
| bug-buddy appears when switching chewing and back to pinyin * With scim-chewing it is possible to [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=501220 edit the last input character at the end of preedit] but with ibus-chewing need to move back the cursor to before the last character to change it * Ctrl-Space in lokalize was copying the source text over the translation [ed: feature] rather than switch IM (ed: XIM failure??)
 
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| [[User:Petersen]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| any
 
| PASS
 
| PASS
 
| FAIL abiword
 
| abiword seems to have serious problems with rendering multilingual text that needs more than one font and also changing font of multilingual text can lead to corruption [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=501209 bug]
 
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| [[User:Ankit | Ankit]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| Gujarati (gu-IN)
 
| PASS
 
| FAIL because Gujarati keymaps were not enabled by default when I started typing. I had to manually add Gujarati keymaps from preferences to make it working. One of the Gujarati Keymaps should be enabled by default when the user enters into Gujarati locale and start typing after enabling iBus. Which keymap enabled by default should be decided by respective language Fedora localization co-ordinators since they know better the users demand of keymaps.
 
| PASS (gedit, kedit, lokalize) <ref group="long"> I still can not understand some of the options provided in iBus Preferences like "Use custom font", "Candidates orientation" and "Previous input method:" (which is disabled always). Can we have some help/documentation for end users about such unclear options?[[rhbug:501650|501650]] </ref>  <ref group="long"> I have noticed IOK option in the panel initially, when I started typing in. But, when you change the keyboard layout/keymaps by using Alt_L+Shift key combination, it disappears. To get the IOK option back i had to logout and login and then enable iBus. Why is that? [[rhbug:500802|500802]] </ref> <ref group="long"> Can we have an option of selecting default keymap from the list of added keymaps through preferences window? Because currently iBus is taking latest added keymap as default, which is correct in some way, but I still think, if there is an option (like checkbox or radio button) to select the default keymap it would be great.[[rhbug:501652|501652]] </ref>
 
| <references/>
 
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| [[User:Ankit | Ankit]]
 
| US
 
| GNOME
 
| English (en_US)
 
| PASS
 
| FAIL because even though I press Ctrl+Space, it doesn't get activated. I have checked the preferences, and added keymaps as well, but still no way to input in any other language.
 
| FAIL since no way to type in any other language <ref group="long"> iBus should be enabled by default for en-US. However, there has to be an option to enable it by default. Basically user specific configuration options should be there.[[rhbug:500649|500649]]  </ref> <ref group="long"> iBus should be installed by default irrespective of package selection during Anaconda installation, since it's really important for non-english users, just like fonts. </ref>
 
| <references/>
 
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| Hirosi Utumi
 
| jp
 
| GNOME
 
| English (en_US)
 
| PASS
 
| anthy PASS
 
| PASS(abiword,firefox,gedit,gnome-terminal)
 
| <references/>
 
|-
 
| [[User:kawasaki | Tatsuo Kawasaki]]
 
| JP
 
| GNOME
 
| Japanese (ja)
 
| PASS
 
| Japanese(anthy) PASS
 
| PASS (gedit, evolution, firefox, gvim, gnome-terminal)
 
| How can I change style like canna? I want ExpandSegmentKey and ShrinkSegmentKey...
 
|-
 
| [[User:mfuruta | Masaki Furuta]]
 
| JP
 
| GNOME
 
| Japanese (ja_JP)
 
| PASS
 
| Japanese(anthy) PASS
 
| PASS (pidgin, thunderbird, gedit, firefox, gnome-terminal, emacs)
 
| How could I launch kasumi from ibus toolbar or not?
 
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== Long comments ==
 
<references group="long" />
 
  
[[Category:Fedora 11 Test Days]]
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[[Category:Test_Days]]

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