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Can't type korean commit message in sublime merge 2

#1

Can’t type korean commit message in sublime merge 2

How can i fix it?

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How can I temporarily stop version up notificaition?
#2

Could you please be more specific. Which platform are you using? In what way is it not typing?

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#3

platform: Windows 10

After updated to version 2.0, I could only type one korean letter in commit message area.

(English working fine)

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#4

I’ve installed the Korean IME on windows and it seems to work:

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#5

I’m sorry I didn’t explain in detail.

The cursor loses focus when I press the Spacebar or Enter or Backspace. So I can’t put spaces.


(I tried to type ‘안녕 하세요’, but I could only type ‘안녕’)

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Korean character bug
#6

Turns out the Korean IME has a bug: https://github.com/mozilla/gecko-dev/blob/baf1cd492406a9ac31d9ccb7a51c924c7fbb151f/widget/windows/IMMHandler.cpp#L722. We’ll be adding a similar workaround.

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#7

Currently, korean input is still not available.(on windows)

When will this issue be fixed?

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#8

Should already be fixed on the latest development build

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#9

2033

I’ve checked the lastest dev build(2033), but it wasn’t fixed. Could you check again?

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#10

There is the same issue in Japanese text. I’m waiting for resolving it.

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#11

Hi all,

Thank you for your patience while we investigate this issue.

This issue should be resolved in development build 2034.
If you are on the development channel, could you confirm it has been resolved on your end?
If not, this fix will be available in the next stable build.

Thanks,
- Dylan

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#12

Honeycam%202020-09-27%2018-39-06

I’ve confirmed that this issue is resolved. Thank you!

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