Ubuntu :: Set System Default Input Method?

Apr 15, 2011

I am wondering how i could set the system default Input Method of my choice. I have install extra language support (Chinese) and SCIM package (Chinese packages included)

All went well when i test it in Leafpad. The only thing I found it troublesome is that I need choose the input method manually every time. SCIM is already running at start up.

I have tried to set it via Language support without joy.... the System IME still showing X input method..

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