Input fields

  • Jose

    Jose - 2008-07-29

    I'm using translator.
    I'm using cqrlog  since the version 0.20.
    Upgrade to ubuntu 8.04.1 and I have problems in 8.04 not had.
    I doubles every character entered in all fields Call, Name, QTH, GRID.
    Example OK1RR is OOKK11RRRR.
    I have installed and libhamlib2 libstdc + +5.
    download: cqrlog_0.4.0_bin.tar.gz and I have the same problem.

    • OK1RR

      OK1RR - 2008-07-31

      Is cqrlog the only application doing this? What is your keyboard settings? Please give us more details, however I'm not keen of Ubuntu but lot of others are. What happened in previous version of Ubuntu? Try to browse Ubuntu forums too if somebody had similar problem.


      Martin OK1RR

    • Jose

      Jose - 2008-07-31

      The problem is only with cqrlog 0.40.
      Now again use version 0.30 and have no problems.
      In cqrlog (0.40) when I click the right button in any field ---> Input Method reading selected System
      if a simple change or input method X, it works until I exit cqrlog, begins anew when the problem persists.
      ALT + F2 I click the right button and see selected input method: System and I have no problems with the characters duplicates.
      In cqrlog.cfg can not be configured to use the method of entry: a simple or method X?

      TNX Martin.       

    • P Volkma

      P Volkma - 2008-11-02

      I am seeing the same thing.  I am using Ubuntu 8.04.  cqrlog ver 0.5.1 is the only program that has this problem of echoing characters.  I resolved it (temporarily) by right clicking in the entry field and selecting Input method / SCIM Input method.  Other selections may also works, but SCIM worked for me.  The change is not persistent, on the next restart of cqrlog I have to do it again.  Otherwise, things works fine.


    • Jose

      Jose - 2008-11-03
    • urbnsr

      urbnsr - 2008-11-05

      I haven't seen this yet. I am now at cqrlog 0.5.1 and Ubuntu 8.10. Input method is set to System.



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