Internasionalisasi

IBus 1.5.24

  • ibus-gtk4 package is now available, which includes IBus GTK4 module to enable IBus with GTK4 applications. You may need to export GTK_IM_MODULE=ibus.

  • ibus-setup utility is enhanced to be able to search input method names in language section in "Input Method" tab for non-GNOME desktop. gnome-control-center is available for GNOME desktop.

ibus-anthy

  • ibus-anthy is now the default Japanese IME(input method engine) to develop Japanese IME more effectively as the former was ibus-kkc. ibus-anthy depends on anthy-unicode and kasumi-unicode newly instead of anthy and kasumi.

  • kasumi-unicode is forked from kasumi and the private dictionaries are moved from $HOME/.anthy to $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/anthy.

The Vietnamese IME now defaults to Unikey

The Unikey input method engine (IME) is now the default IME for Vietnamese text input. It replaces the BoGo IME, which was the default Vietnamese IME in previous Fedora releases.

Compared to BoGo, the new Unikey IME is actively maintained and better supports the Wayland display back end.

The Unikey IME is enabled by default if you installed your system in Vietnamese. To enable Unikey on an existing installation:

  1. Install the ibus-unikey package:

    $ sudo dnf install ibus-unikey
  2. Open the Keyboard section in Settings.

  3. Click the + button.

  4. Select Vietnamese.

  5. Select the Vietnamese (Unikey) IME.

  6. Click Add.

  7. Click the IME indicator on the top panel to switch the active IME.

The Sinhala IME now defaults to M17N

The sayura (m17n) input method engine (IME) is now the default IME for Sinhala text input. It replaces the Sayura IME, which was the default Sinhala IME in previous Fedora releases.

Compared to Sayura, the new sayura (m17n) IME is actively maintained and fixes several known issues.

The sayura (m17n) IME is enabled by default if you installed your system in Sinhala. To enable sayura (m17n) on an existing installation:

  1. Install the ibus-m17n package:

    $ sudo dnf install ibus-m17n
  2. Open the Keyboard section in Settings.

  3. Click the + button.

  4. Select Sinhala.

  5. Select the Sinhala (sayura (m17n)) IME.

  6. Click Add.

  7. Click the IME indicator on the top panel to switch the active IME.