Force the use of Wayland (e.g. set
OBSIDIAN_USE_WAYLAND=1 parameter in Flatseal) and try writing CJK text with a IME like IBus-Anthy.
After switching input method and starting to type, show the IME UI and convert characters, even under Wayland.
It just outputs the normal key letter of my original layout with no conversion. Dictionary is also not showing up.
IME is immediately working on any other window.
- Operating system: Linux (Fedora Workstation 37)
- Package: Flatpak
- Debug info:
SYSTEM INFO: Obsidian version: v1.1.9 Installer version: v1.1.9 Operating system: #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Mon Dec 19 17:44:54 UTC 2022 6.0.14-300.fc37.x86_64 Login status: logged in Catalyst license: insider Insider build toggle: off Live preview: off Legacy editor: off Base theme: light Community theme: none Snippets enabled: 0 Restricted mode: off Plugins installed: 11 Plugins enabled: 0
- This broke somewhere between the v1.0 and the Canva update (discovered in v1.1.8, not fixed in latest).
- Reverting back to stock (XWayland) fix the problem.
- NOTE: I know that I’m forcing a non-default behavior at the moment, but given that Obsidian ships a quite up-to-date Electron version, IMHO it’s not farfetched to run it as Wayland native.