Variation sequences consist of a base character followed by a variation selector.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Insert a single ideographic variation sequence ( copy characters from http://mojikiban.ipa.go.jp/1792.html , suggest to install IPAMincho font for viewing those characters )
2.Move cursor behind the character.
3.Press backspace to delete the character.
First backspace only delete the selector. Pressing multiple times are required to remove the ideograph.
The ideograph should be deleted with one backspace.
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Sample file contains IVS - you have to press backspace twice to delete one ideograph.
Copied from my coversation with DaeHyun Sung about how Korean expect backspace works on Hangul Jamo Combination:
@studioego do you use Hangul Jamo Combination? What do you expec
Sorry too late answer. 2types of backspace in Korean Hangul.
Example 1. During Put the cursor, press backspace
1) ㄱ -> empty
2) 가 -> ㄱ
3) 각 -> 가
4) 갉 -> 갈
Example 2. finished input event, then press backspace
press backspace -> “모든 인간”
add press backspace -> “모든 인”
add press backspace -> “모든 “
add press backspace -> “모든”
add press backspace -> “모”
add press backspace -> empty
Maybe, next weekend, I’ll attend to Seoul North West Side Linux User Group & KDE Korea meetup, I debate about Korean Input method(also add to Existed Korean Input method library “libhangul”) with KDE board member Eike Hein
KDE dots - Community goal: Modern and Global Text Input For Every User
Mark as ASSIGNED as I see a pending patch on gerrit By Mark Huang.
I checked Mark's patch by local build.
Japanese IVS characters were correctly deleted in Backspace.
It was fixed in the following environment.
Build ID: d0f8aa458e6b28962fcb6519d3e35123204a0995
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.13; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: en-US (en_US.UTF-8); Calc: group
The above environment is Ubuntu 17.10.