[PC-BSD Testing] Default IBUS setting for PCBSD
billksun at gmail.com
Thu Oct 28 20:46:41 PDT 2010
Yes, with FORCEIBUS="NO", if I moved the ibus.desktop file to the trash and
reboot, the ibus daemon no longer starts up, and I no longer get the ibus
icon under the English desktop.
But, what I really want, is, when I do FORCEIBUS="YES" that the ibus icon to
appear. Not a big deal, since I can rely on the language toolbar to tell me
what input method I am using, but still, if the icon appeared like it
should, it adds to the polish of the product.
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 5:56 AM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org> wrote:
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> On 10/27/2010 22:17, Bill Sun wrote:
> > Hmm...looks like when I set FORCEIBUS to YES, I lose the IME icon in the
> > system tray. I just reset FORCEIBUS to NO and rebooted. Now the IME
> > is back.
> > But of course, with FORCEIBUS set to NO, however, I lose the ability to
> > IBUS as the default IME.
> > -Bill
> Interesting, it seems like the ibus daemon is being started elsewhere,
> other than our script, which is why its enabled by default here while
> using english :P
> I think the culprit here is /usr/local/etc/xdg/autostart/ibus.desktop
> If you move that file does the ibus icon stop loading?
> - --
> Kris Moore
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