These days, I’ve had many issues with most Linux distributions and DEs regarding globalization.’
I’ve written a detailed “rant” here.
The issue I discuss here is related to globalization but not included in the rant above.
Basically, Gnome’s built-in on-screen keyboard will not change its layout when using non-Latin languages(Korean tested here)(used Ibus).
A video demonstration of the issue can be seen here.
Despite changing the input language(using the globe icon button) to ibus-hangul(which types Hangul) or Korean(which types English and not Korean for some reason), the on-screen keyboard remains in English.
This is what the default QT on-screen keyboard can look like when using Korean.
I have not tried other languages to see if this issue persists.
Is this a bug? Is this an issue nobody else noticed? Or is there some toggle or tweak I have to do to get Korean language layout on my on-screen keyboard?