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 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.
Linux Deepin (formerly Hiweed GNU/Linux) is a Chinese distribution, based on Ubuntu. Its features include preconfigured Chinese applications, such as Chinese (simplified) input method, Chinese-English and English-Chinese dictionaries, and Chinese (simplified) true-type fonts. The new 2013 release has retained the highlights of its predecessors.