I have just upgraded Ubuntu from 13.04 to 13.10. It seems Ibus have been made big changes.Then I just go to system setting -> text entry settings -> add "Chinese pinyin" and "Japanese anty" input method. It works well when I input Chinese or Japanese in terminal or .txt file. But when I want to input Chinese and Japanese in Emacs.
I started to use linux mint 13 mate a few days ago. What frustrates me most is that I can't found anywhere to change my input language. In windows, it is easy, just Ctrl + Shift. How can I configure the input and switch between them? Specifically I need a Chinese Traditional Input - Quick.
1. The switch of input method is very insensitive. Sometimes I must type or even hit the Ctrl+space several times in order to switch into Chinese input mode. I have never come to this problem in previous versions!
2. Ironically, when the computer enters the screen-saving with the Chinese input and I want to come back, the input of the passwords is still in Chinese input mode!
I'm a Chinese, and I can not input Chinese in QTextEdit with fcitx, but can input withqt-ibus, so it's there anything wrong with the QT or just the mistake of my system. My system is Elementary OS 0.3(64 bit), which is based on Ubuntu and my Qt version is 5.3.1, which downloaded from the qt-project.
I have Chinese input working. I have xterm working. I have utf-8 working in my xterm. For example, I can see the lightning bolt unicode character. But when I input Chinese characters, I get those blocks.