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8148984: [macosx] Chinese Comma cannot be entered using Pinyin Input Method on OS X Reviewed-by: alexp
author dmarkov
date Tue, 05 Jul 2016 15:15:13 +0300
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Verify that Chinese comma can be entered in JTextField with Pinyin input method (IM).

This test is for OS X only. For other platforms please simply press "Pass".

1. Go to "System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Input Sources" and add "Pinyin – Traditional" or "Pinyin – Simplified" IM from Chinese language group.
2. Set current IM to "Pinyin".
3. Set focus to the text field of the test and press "comma" character on the keyboard.
4. Set current IM to the IM used before "Pinyin" was set.
5. If "," character is displayed in the text area, press "Pass", if "," character is displayed, press "Fail".

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