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Recently I've installed fcitx to replace ibus, but inside this boshiamy table, no matter which version, older 0.1.0-1(precise) or the latest 0.3.1-1(quantal), all got the same problem:

any word with "z" as it's code, all couldn't appear normally, the input method will take "z" as "," or "a" sometimes even "b"

Could someone try to fix it up?

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I'm fcitx dev, I think I fix this in 0.3.2.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Try manually removing the line with PY in boshiamy.conf (/usr/share/fcitx/table) before the updates hit the repo.

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I did what you've suggested me to do, but nothing changed, use boshiamy you type Z should see "整",and type A+Z will see "之", and I used to use a package ,bus it's for ibus,pass a while of time,it always will crash down, so fcitx become my last hope! – wikitrue Jul 27 '12 at 8:26
I think I found the way!For correcting the problem, I only change the "UseMatchingKey"in boshiamy.conf into "False" or change the"MatchingKey"into other value, such as "," , will just appear correctly those words with "z"key. But thanks anyway. – wikitrue Jul 29 '12 at 18:16

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