On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 6:08 AM, Kamil Paral <email@example.com> wrote:
> That explains it. "Chinese (Intelligent Pinyin)" works here as well.
> I guess it uses a different way to handle keyboard. But I can easily
> reproduce this issue with Russian (Cyrillic letters instead of Latin
> letters), French (azerty instead of qwerty), German (special
> letters/symbols on right Alt + letters or numbers) or Czech
> (qwertz instead of qwerty, special letters instead of numbers).
Hm, it's not that switching the layouts is broken. Switching works.
It's that the layout you switch *to* is broken. It's maybe more obvious
for me because my primary layout is not qwerty. When I switch to Czech,
it becomes qwerty (wrong, should be qwertz) when it was not previously
qwerty. So it's really messed up. :)
Michael re-proposed this for blocker discussion. I already said so in the bug report, but I'll repeat it here:
Workstation WG members, please tell us what you think. We were not united in our opinion on blocker-ness of this issue, and we'd really appreciate hearing from multiple desktop people what they think about this. Either on Monday's blocker meeting, or in the bug, or here on the list.