I'm used to the Windows Korean IME... the Ubuntu Korean IME seems to randomly switch to Korean mode, and I have no idea how to switch back~ Please explain:
How to completely uninstall/disable Korean input
How to identify which IME I'm using; I know there are various Linux IME's. I knew about Nabi, and tried installing that one, but it seemed like part of the install failed. IBus seems to come pre-installed on Ubuntu. Originally,IBus only offered Chinese IME, but Korean appeared after the failed Nabi installation.
- How to tell which input mode the IME is currently in (Korean Hangul or English 'Roman').: Ibus adds a tiny keyboard icon to the top panel, but it doesn't seem to display the current input mode anywhere. (Compare to Windows Microsoft IME, which displays an icon depending on the input mode (the letter 'A', or the Korean equivalent '아').
- How to switch between Korean Hangul mode and English 'Roman' mode: The IME seems to randomly switch to Korean mode when I type rapidly, but I'm sure I am triggering something.
- The questions above are most critical, but while I'm at it... How to convert Korean characters to their Chinese equivalents (the Hanja key).