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On 07/11/16 20:25, Bastien Nocera-san wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> On 07/08/16 20:41, Bastien Nocera-san wrote:
>>> I think that the emoji input method should be a separate input method, so
>>> that most users would have the choice between inputting using the
>>> layout that matches their keyboard, and a separate input method for
>> I think the emoji typing does not depend on XKB but is used frequently and
>> don't think it should be separated.
> It is on every other platform I can think of.
I don't think so.
I can see Emoji input on MS-IME in MS-Windows without switching engines in
I can see Emoji input on Mac without switching engines with
I can see Emoji input on Xperia keyboard in Android without switching
Fair enough. Where's the design work for this functionality?
>>> The IBus XKB engine is not discoverable (it's not
listed in GNOME's
>>> & Language settings) and the keyboard shortcut to input emojis is also
>>> discoverable. Having a separate input method is likely the better way to
>>> implement this.
>> I replied this.
> You haven't. You're implementing this without any regards for prior art and
> design work that's been done. You certainly can implement this internally
> however you want, but the end result has to match certain expectations, and
> designs. Your implementation won't, and as a result won't be discoverable.
What do you mean in the certain expectations and designs.
As I explained, a radio button would be a idea to resolve your disacoverable
way because I think you mean the GUI access.
A radio button somewhere in ibus doesn't make it discoverable.