** Changed in: canonical-devices-system-image
       Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released

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Title:
  Typing two spaces after sentence-ending punctuation inserts a mistaken
  period (full stop)

Status in Canonical System Image:
  Fix Released
Status in ubuntu-keyboard package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  0. In System Settings, ensure that “Language & Text” > “Auto punctuation” is 
turned on.
  1. Focus any normal text field. For example, create a new note in Notes.
  2. Type “Hello” then press Space twice.
  3. Type “Hello.” then press Space twice.
  4. Type “Hello!” then press Space twice.
  5. Type “Hello?” then press Space twice.
  6. Type “Hello…” then press Space twice.
  7. Type “The usual greeting (Hello)” then press Space twice.
  8. Type “The usual greeting. (Hello.)” then press Space twice.

  What happens:
  2,3,4,5,6,7,8. An extra period is inserted.

  What should happen:
  2. An extra period is inserted.
  3. An extra period is NOT inserted.
  4. An extra period is NOT inserted.
  5. An extra period is NOT inserted.
  6. An extra period is NOT inserted.
  7. An extra period is inserted.
  8. An extra period is NOT inserted.

  Problem occurs with: Ubuntu 15.04 r323
  Does not occur with: iOS 9.3.1 (except cases 6 and 8), Android 6.0.1 (except 
case 8)

  Bug 1540373 is the equivalent for the TLD key (.com etc).

  [Originally reported by Bob Summerwill on the ubuntu-phone@ mailing
  list. <https://lists.launchpad.net/ubuntu-phone/msg20236.html>]

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