Bug ID: 1249335
Summary: Inconsistent rules for shortcuts between different
applications when switching keymaps
QA Contact: extras-qa(a)fedoraproject.org
I have this bug since a few fedora version. In some applications, the
shortcuts obeys the localized ibus keymap, but other keeps the default keymap
when pressing CTRL. Typical example includes gimp (follows keymap) and
inkscape (ignore keymap). I'm personally using both the us and dvorak keymap,
and this behaviour is pernicious as the key locations are very dissimilar.
Using "setxkbmap" is hard erasure of the keymap, and after that _all_
applications follows the keymap when using the shortcuts. But then ibus
doesn't really work anymore, and it's inconvenient.
Thus a solution could either be that:
*ibus is resilient to "setxkbmap"
*All software are presented with the same keymap, which can be configured to be
the current map.
GNOME Shell 3.16.3
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