Re: ibus still broken

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Stuart McGraw wrote:
>
> I'm using Gnome but tried that and also tried a full reboot 
> after the updates but that didn't help.  I also "rpm -e" all
> the packages I listed and reinstalled them.
>
> Last night I updated everything I could see that seemed related 
> to gnome, gtk, pygtk, Xorg, etc., on the theory that there was 
> perhaps some unrecognized dependency on a recent package but 
> it didn't help.  (Unfortunately I can't keep everything up to 
> date over a 3KB/s modem connection that rarely runs unattended 
> for more than a couple hours.)
>
> The only other thing I notice is when I run ibus-daemon from 
> a shell with "-v", I see lots of errors like the following that 
> appear when it's started:
>
> (ibus-daemon:21356): IBUS-DEBUG: From ::1.1 to :1.3, Error: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Failed : 
>   Can not get value [engine/anthy/shortcut/default->on_off]
> (ibus-daemon:21356): IBUS-DEBUG: From ::1.1 to :1.3, Error: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Failed : 
>   Can not get value [engine/anthy/shortcut/default->circle_input_mode]
>  ...
> (ibus-daemon:21356): IBUS-DEBUG: From ::1.1 to :1.3, Error: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Failed : 
>   Can not get value [engine/anthy/shortcut/wnn->add_word]
> (ibus-daemon:21356): IBUS-DEBUG: From ::1.1 to :1.3, Error: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Failed : 
>   Can not get value [engine/anthy/shortcut/wnn->start_setup]
>
> They all have in common a message about not getting a value 
> from engine/anthy/shortcut/<something>.  Perhaps these are 
> normal?  If not, do they ring a bell with anyone?
> I don't see any messages when I type the activate sequence 
> (alt-grave) in some window.  
>
>   
As a quick check....what I would do is to create a new user account and
see if things work for that new user.  This will then tell you if it is
simply something that is related to your settings....

Ed

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