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[Bug 1412036] Re: Korean typing doesn't work


Not a bug, please select Hangul as the backend to be able to input
Korean characters.

** Changed in: ibus-hangul (Ubuntu)
       Status: Triaged => Invalid

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  Korean typing doesn't work

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Bug description:
  At the moment I have got "Russian" and "English (UK)" installed on my
  computer. I installed them through "System Settings > Language
  Support". But now I want to add Korean and that is where the problem
  has come up.

  So I go into the "Language Support" settings and click "Install /
  Remove Languages...", I then select "Korean" from the list and click
  "Apply Changes". After the installation has finished I go into the
  Text Entry settings: Text_Entry_GUI.bmp

  And click the little "+" sign. Then I find and add "Korean" from the
  list: Choose_an_input_source_GUI.bmp

  But then when I select "Korean" as the language I want to type as, it
  still stays at English. And not matter what I do, I cannot seem to get
  any other languages working.

  I am running Ubuntu 14.10.

  Package information:

    Installed: 1.4.2+git20140818-1
    Candidate: 1.4.2+git20140818-1
    Version table:
   *** 1.4.2+git20140818-1 0
          500 http://gb.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ utopic/main amd64 Packages
          100 /var/lib/dpkg/status

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