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Old 07-19-2016, 07:32 PM   #1
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Slackware 14.2 SCIM input issue: cannot imput alpha letters(half-width) using scim, no fast searching for XFCE FileManager

Here, I am trying slackware 14.2 from 14.1
Im Chinese. I use scim input method before. Then, I hit shift key to switch full-width and half-width input, then, its no necessary to switch input method between English and Chinese.
But, now, for 14.2, when I switch to Chinese input method, I can input Chinese successfully, but when I want to input any half-width letter or number, its no way, so I have to switch to English input method and then return back. I think its stupid.
And another issue, if I use xfce desktop, fast searching via key input have gone. When I open File Manager, no file item would be selected if a hit some key.

I home some one can tell me how to fix these two problem. Then I will back to 14.2. I have to rollback to 14.1 right now.


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