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shreks
Zautrix, I downloaded and installed kdepim 2.1.1, everything was fine until I tried to type in chinese or japanese characters into the address book, the problem is that: the typed alphabetic letters are supposed to be caught by the input bar at the bottom of screen, but actually all typed letters entered the active field of address book directly as if there was no Asian input method. The result of this problem is that I cannot use any Asian characters in address book! But this problem does NOT exist in the Email program and the Organizer program. I CAN use Asian characters in both programs without any problems.

So the conclusion is that this problem must reflect a BUG in the AddressBook program. I remember I can type in Asian characters in the AddressBook of earlier version of KDEPIM.

Please fix this bug and then I can start using KDEPIM from now on. Thanks a lot!
shreks
Please ignore this message 'coz it should not be a new topic thread. I made this by mistake. I already put this thread under corresponding main thread. SysAdmin may delete this thread. I don't know how to delete it myself. Thanks!

QUOTE(shreks @ Apr 22 2005, 12:22 AM)
Zautrix, I downloaded and installed kdepim 2.1.1 on my C3000 (SharpROM), everything was fine until I tried to type in chinese or japanese characters into the address book, the problem is that: the typed alphabetic letters are supposed to be caught by the input bar at the bottom of screen, but actually all typed letters entered the active field of address book directly as if there was no Asian input method. The result of this problem is that I cannot use any Asian characters in address book! But this problem does NOT exist in the Email program and the Organizer program. I CAN use Asian characters in both programs without any problems.

So the conclusion is that this problem must reflect a BUG in the AddressBook program. I remember I can type in Asian characters in the AddressBook of  earlier version of KDEPIM.

Please fix this bug and then I can start using KDEPIM from now on. Thanks a lot!
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