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`ibus-gtk4` package is now available, which includes IBus GTK4 module to enable IBus with GTK4 applications. You may need to export `GTK_IM_MODULE=ibus`.
`ibus-setup` utility is enhanced to be able to search input method names in language section in "Input Method" tab for non-GNOME desktop. `gnome-control-center` is available for GNOME desktop.
ibus-anthy
`ibus-anthy` is now the default Japanese IME(input method engine) to develop Japanese IME more effectively as the former was `ibus-kkc`. `ibus-anthy` depends on `anthy-unicode` and `kasumi-unicode` newly instead of `anthy` and `kasumi`.
`kasumi-unicode` is forked from `kasumi` and the private dictionaries are moved from `$HOME/.anthy` to `$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/anthy`.
The Vietnamese IME now defaults to Unikey
The *Unikey* input method engine (IME) is now the default IME for Vietnamese text input. It replaces the *BoGo* IME, which was the default Vietnamese IME in previous Fedora releases.
Compared to *BoGo*, the new *Unikey* IME is actively maintained and better supports the Wayland display back end.
The *Unikey* IME is enabled by default if you installed your system in Vietnamese. To enable *Unikey* on an existing installation:
Install the `ibus-unikey` package:
$ sudo dnf install ibus-unikey
Open the *Keyboard* section in *Settings*.
Click the *+* button.
Select *Vietnamese*.
Select the *Vietnamese (Unikey)* IME.
Click *Add*.
Click the IME indicator on the top panel to switch the active IME.
The Sinhala IME now defaults to M17N
The *sayura (m17n)* input method engine (IME) is now the default IME for Sinhala text input. It replaces the *Sayura* IME, which was the default Sinhala IME in previous Fedora releases.
Compared to *Sayura*, the new *sayura (m17n)* IME is actively maintained and fixes several known issues.