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[tdf-discuss] Re: Unable to use SCIM to import CJK languages into LibreOffice on 64-bit Ubuntu 10.10


On 02/21/2011 12:18 AM, M Henri Day wrote:
2011/2/21 NoOp <...
Perhaps try iBus instead?
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ibus


NoOp, thanks for your suggestion. Alas, I found myself unable to get IBus to
work ; for example, after installing IBus according to the instructions on
the Ubuntu Community page and adding Chinese and Japan, I didn't find «IBus
Preferences» under «System» → «Preferences», nor did «Ctrl + Space» start
IBus in, e g, LibreOffice, despite my having selected «ibus» as my keyboard
input method under «System» → «Administration» → «Language Support». 

Log out & back in, or:

$ killall gnome-panel

System|Preferences|Keyboard Input Methods
...

Note: you really should move this over to the user list:
http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/mailing-lists/
"users@libreoffice.org: User support list for LibreOffice users needing
help with a problem."

this list:
"discuss@documentfoundation.org: Mailing list for general discussions
about The Document Foundation."

On the user list see the thread: "LibreOffice with iBus on linux".




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