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[Bug 1342677] Re: Does im-config need to be displayed in menus?


I guess you can patch as you wish for the upcoming release on Ubuntu.

But for longer term, how about updating debian/rules as:
(Just give me the line for NotShown.)

        # Adjust priority for each distribution.
        # Debian: ibus (21) fcitx(22)
        # Ubuntu: fcitx(20) ibus (21)
        if dpkg-vendor --is ubuntu; then \
                cd debian/im-config/usr/share/im-config/data ; \
                mv 22_fcitx.conf 20_fcitx.conf ; \
                mv 22_fcitx.rc 20_fcitx.rc ; \
                echo "NotShowIn=MATE;GNOME" debian/im-config/usr/share/applications/im-config.desktop ;\

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  Does im-config need to be displayed in menus?

Status in “im-config” package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:

  I'm working on Ubuntu MATE Remix.

  MATE provides it's own keyboard input/language configuration tools. We
  are using language-selector-gnome which depends on im-config.
  NotShowIn=MATE; should be added to im-config.desktop so that im-config
  icons are not displayed in System -> Preferences when running MATE.

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