I am using bash.
And XMODIFIERS, GTK_IM_MODULE and QT_IM_MODULE variables are all set to
the values you wrote.
But in QT applications the prompt window doesn't pop up as in GTK ones.
I am not setting any of LANG/LC_ALL/LC_CTYPE to Chinese.
This may be related to the problem.
When I set all of those to zh_TW.UTF-8 gcin begins to pop up the prompt
window from QT applications just like from GTK. But after selection the
word doesn't appear 9in the editbox.
But I don't want to use Chinese locale since this makes all applications
speak Chinese. And I only want to be able to type Chinese words.
Do you know how to achieve this?
Jyun-Yi Liou wrote:
First of all, You do not specify what shell you are using. TCSH or BASH?
Second, waht DE you using too?
for TCSH, it should be this in your ~/.xinitrc
I guess you are using TCSH not BASH.
gcin can let you type chinese in GTK apps without set GTK_IM_MODULE
You can check the SHELL VARIABLE that is set or not after logged-in X.
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