Duplicate commit of IME last buffer while using IME
Reported by santhosh...@gmail.com, May 5 2016
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/50.0.2661.94 Safari/537.36 Steps to reproduce the problem: To reproduce this bug, you need FCITX input method with m17n input methods. I will update if there are easier ways, but the following steps are based on my current setup. You need FCITX input system with m17n input methods. In debian m17n-contrib comes with an input method name Swanalekha for Malayalam typing. I developed it and use for typing. There are lot of users too. It uses lookup table and transliteration based input method similar to chinese pinyin 1. With the above mentioned setup, go to chrome, use any webpage with a text area or input field. 2. Switch to swanalekha input method in FCITX 3. Type 'ktha<space>'. You will get ക്തത What is the expected behavior? ക്ത is the expected result. What went wrong? The last ത is repeating here. This issue happens with all kind of ligatures, the IME will have ത in the buffer corresponding to 'tha' in the input sequence 'ktha', which is supposed to be consumed. It get consumed, but by pressing space, it again appear. The same steps if used with Firefox or any other application in Linux, works perfectly fine. Only Chrome has this issue. This issue appeared in Chrome 50 and previous versions did not had the problem Did this work before? Yes Chrome 49 Chrome version: 50.0.2661.94 Channel: stable OS Version: Debian Sid Flash Version: Shockwave Flash 21.0 r0
May 5 2016,
With IBus, the same issue is present with a small difference. 'ktha<space> gives "ക്ത ത" The space goes before the duplicated .ത It is more serious in IBus. Typing 'ka.' gives '.ക' The period get swapped! Basically IBus becomes unusable. I dont think it is a bug with ibus or fcitx or input method because the issue is present only with google chrome. Every other applications, including Firefox, this issue is not present.
May 5 2017,
Issue has not been modified or commented on in the last 365 days, please re-open or file a new bug if this is still an issue. For more details visit https://www.chromium.org/issue-tracking/autotriage - Your friendly Sheriffbot
Sep 29 2017,
The issue is still active in chrome . it makes Malayalam typing impossible in chrome browser
Apr 21 2018,
This issue badly need a fix.
Apr 21 2018,
I had to choose a different browser for daily social networking activities because of this issue. I think this issue need attention.
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