<i18n dev> <AWT Dev> Preedit string is still exist after focus change operation

Anthony Petrov anthony.petrov at oracle.com
Tue May 14 05:30:02 PDT 2013

Hi Deven,

I'm copying i18n-dev@ because they manage the IM code.

As to a test, jtreg supports manual tests. See [1] for a lot of tips 
about using manual tests. An example of a manual test is at:


[1] http://openjdk.java.net/jtreg/faq.html

best regards,

On 05/09/2013 11:33 AM, Deven You wrote:
> Hi All,
> I found there is a problem with our IMF(Input Methods Framework) when
> dealing with DBCS input like Chinese and Japanese on Windows 7 32bit env.
> The simple scenario is if your application has 2 windows and then:
> 1: focus on first window, change to microsoft pinyin input method
> Chinese mode.
> 2: Input some words, leave some words in preedit string not committed.
> 3: Move focus to the other window, change to English mode and input
> something
> 4: Move back to the first window. It is in English mode, but the preedit
> string is still there(this is the bug).
> 5: Delete the preedit string with backspace and press enter, it appears
> again.
> I have raised  a sunbug for this issue, the internal ID is: 9002399
> I have written a test case[1] to reproduce this problem on windows 7 32
> bit machine with latest OpenJDK 8.
> Since I am not clear how to run this test case as a jtreg, I just put it
> to cr.openjdk.java.net. There are several files within this test case:
> actual-step*.png                    Steps reproducing the bug. (can not )
> JTextAreaTest3.java                 The test case.
> Readme.txt                              Simple description
> IMF_04_69120.txt                    More detail.
> I also made possible patch[2] for this problem.
> Please anyone take a look at this issue and give your suggestion.
> [1] http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~youdwei/ojdk-687/IMF4/
> <http://cr.openjdk.java.net/%7Eyoudwei/ojdk-687/IMF4/>
> [2] http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~youdwei/ojdk-687/webrev/
> <http://cr.openjdk.java.net/%7Eyoudwei/ojdk-687/webrev/>
> Thanks a lot!

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