Re: IME and GTK Input Method Contexts

On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 10:25 PM, Girish <girish a geodesic com> wrote:
> aniket ray wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Is there a way to find out if an IME is active or not, within a gtk
>> application.
>> I tried sending key events to the GtkIMContext using
>> gtk_im_context_filter_keypress. This seems to be returning true, even
>> if no ime is active.
>> What i want to achieve is that if no IME is active, i want to handle
>> the keypress following my logic, else i want the ime to handle it.
>  In key press call back itself you can catch the events. Return TRUE after
> handling those events (value will be stored in event->keyval). If you return
> FALSE, default event handlers will handle those events. It means user
> defined callback will get the priority.
Thanks but that does not really help me.
I'm looking for a way to find out if an ime is ready to handle key
press events or not.
The gtk documentation states that gtk_im_context_filter_keypress
returns TRUE if the input method handled the keystroke.
The problem that i seem to be facing is that this function is
returning true, even if i don't have any input method editor enabled.

>> So i did a
>> if(gtk_im_context_filter_keypress(sIMContext, event))
>>  //do minor logic, remaining logic in the commit and preedit_changed
>> callback
>> else
>>  //process event
>> The problem i am facing is that gtk_im_context_filter_keypress is
>> always returning true.
>> Thanks,
>> aniket
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