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Korean language IME issue
#1
The Korean input in Gemini keyboard doesn’t work correctly.

Basically Korean is 2-byte character system: one complete character is made with 2~6 key inputs which represent consonants and vowels : i.e., "ㄱ"(consonant) + "ㅏ"(vowel) + "ㅇ"(consonant) = "강"(a complete character pronounced as "gaang"). 

But the Korean IME in Gemini Keyboard app doesn’t combine the key inputs correctly but just scatters the individual consonants and vowels, like ㄱㅏㅇㄴㅏㅁㅅㅡㅌㅏㅇㅣㄹ . These disaggregated consonants and vowels should have been combined to "강남스타일".

Dear Gemini programmers: please solve this trouble.


For now I’m using Google’s default Korean input system, which has several inconvenient glitches to use with the Gemini’s keyboard such as no symbols with Fn keys, etc.

I don't have knowledge about programming, but will gladly be a beta tester regarding this issue.
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#2
I can also confirm this. This is certainly not the expected behavior by any Korean speakers.
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(06-14-2018, 09:38 PM)peremen Wrote: I can also confirm this. This is certainly not the expected behavior by any Korean speakers.

Thanks for reporting this, we will investigate.
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