This test is to check if input displayed correctly in applications such as
How to test
- See QA:Testcase_i18n_input_method to check if the input method is enabled
- Open an application, left click Ibus input method framework icon in the panel to select the input method.
- Input some texts like words, numbers, special characters into application.
- GTK4 applications are supported since Fedora 34
- Install gtk4-devel-tools (if not using Wayland also install ibus-gtk4)
- Enable an input method engine
- Run gtk4-demo-application (if not using Wayland export
- Focus on the text view and type some language text
- Click "Application" -> "Open", click the Search icon in the dialog, focus on the text entry, type some language text
- [Non-GNOME] Some codepoints have duplicated glyphs: glyphs are taken for the language of the current engine by default in non-GNOME desktops since Fedora 33
- Log into XFCE4 desktop with ja_JP.UTF-8 locale
- Enable ibus-libpinyin and type "zhi"
- The candidate list has "直" and the glyph is Chinese (language of ibus-libpinyin)
- Run ibus-setup and Select "Advance" tab and disable "Choose glyphs with input method's language..." check button
- Now the candidate list has "直" and the glyph is Japanese (language from the desktop locale)
- Characters are displayed properly and not corrupted in applications.