When you type Japanese characters in the Editor Plain Text Window, you need to hit the Enter twice to display Japanese characters. Steps of reproduce 1. Open Plain text Editor 2. Turn on IME by Shift+Space 3. Type Japanese characters like "kannji" in hiragana mode 4. Hit space key to change to Kannji 5. Hit Enter to commit At this time, Japanese characters is not displayed. Then, hit Enter again. Now Japanese characters is displayed. When you type Japanese characters at the beginnig of the first line, this works fine. However, if you contine to type Japanese characters, you will see this problem. Using Kinput2. Tested 10-01-M10 Linux build. This does not happen in HTML editor.
Accepted, and I'm trying to reproduced the problem, without any luck yet.
Trying to reproduce the problem, without a luck, so far. Any specific engine is to be used to reproduce? Wnn6, Canna, etc?
We are using Wnn4.2-9JRPM60.i386.rpm, kinput2-wnn4-v3-2JRPM60.i386.rpm, and locale-ja-184.108.40.206-2.noarch.rpm. Tajima-san, I will test again this after I change my linux environment from your suggestion.
This does not apply since Plain Text Editer window is not there.
The plaintext editor now lives in the editor debug menu.
Teruko-san, have you tested this again with the plantext editor? Will you please try this again with latest build?
I tested this in 11-15-12 Linux build. I found the Plain Text editor from Debug menu. I could not reproduce this anymore.