Does anyone know why the select input method notification is constantly popping up? I'm using LG keyboard but the checkbox for it is grayed, although I can access the settings for it. Anyone?
on 12/28/2012 – Made popular on 12/28/2012
Select input method won't seem to go away.. I tried making it so only Samsung keyboard is enabled but the select input method won't go away? When ever I have my keyboard open it is. And sometimes I have to press space twice? Really causes a lot of typos and frustration
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Like most of us love Swiftkey, do you constantly having this 'Select input method' in the notification tray?
I understand it's a problem with Android and not Swiftkey.
Have you found a workaround to make it go away?
I'm running de-sensed ICS Tazz w/ Nova Launcher, and I installed a port of the Jelly Bean keyboard. Now whenever I use the keyboard there's a notification in the notification bar that says to 'Select input method', and I've already selected the JB keyboard a few times. Is there any way to get rid of this notification?
I've installed iBus and ibus-mozc, an input method engine of Japanese, from the repository, and attempted to enable mozc from Preference > "Input Method" tab > "Select Input Method" combo box.
However, there is no choice to select, so I couldn't enable mozc.
I also tried ibus-anthy, another legacy Japanese input method, but the situation was the same and I couldn't use anthy.
In Emacs run in terminal, ctrl+space is a standard shortcut key to select region. But under Ubuntu 12.04, it will invoke some input method for non-English language. I was wondering if I can reserve it for Emacs only?
Under System Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts, I couldn't find to what ctrl+space has been bound. Strange.