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# Select "Dictionary mode" -> "Zip Code Conversion" and Hiragana mode and type "150-0013" and space key
 
# Select "Dictionary mode" -> "Zip Code Conversion" and Hiragana mode and type "150-0013" and space key
 
# Select Hiragana mode and type "myuutsu-" and space key and Shift-F7 key
 
# Select Hiragana mode and type "myuutsu-" and space key and Shift-F7 key
# Run /usr/libexec/ibus-setup-anthy and select "Dictionary" tab and check the dictionary command.
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# Select "Configuration - Anthy" on keyboard icon menu in panel and select "Dictionary" tab and check the dictionary command.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:07, 1 September 2021

Description

This test-case is for ibus-anthy.

Setup

Install ibus-anthy Enable ibus-anthy with gnome-control-center keyboard in GNOME desktop from Fedora 34. Enable ibus-anthy with ibus-setup in non-GNOME desktops likes XFCE.

How to test

  • Test cases for common desktop environments
  1. Run rpm -q --requires ibus-anthy
  2. Select Hiragana mode and type "reiwa" and space key x 2
  3. Select "Dictionary mode" -> "Era" and Hiragana mode and type "1990" and space key
  4. Select "Dictionary mode" -> "Zip Code Conversion" and Hiragana mode and type "150-0013" and space key
  5. Select Hiragana mode and type "myuutsu-" and space key and Shift-F7 key
  6. Select "Configuration - Anthy" on keyboard icon menu in panel and select "Dictionary" tab and check the dictionary command.

Expected Results

  1. ibus-anthy requires libanthy-unicode.so.0 and kasumi-unicode
  2. "令和" and "㋿" are shown in the lookup table
  3. "平成2" is shown
  4. "東京都渋谷区恵比寿" is shown
  5. "ミュウツー" is shown
  6. The dictionary command is kasumi-unicode instead of kasumi