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I want to set my input source to ibus-unikey(i installed it and set my input to ibus) but can't find it anywhere in setting.

In 14.10 there are a input source tab in Region and Language but now it isn't.

I opened the language section but there is nothing in it.

Is there any way to open ibus please help me.

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  • What steps have you performed? Have you used the tool "Input Methods"? – A.B. Apr 30 '15 at 5:50

Install the Gnome Tweak Tool:

sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool

Select Keyboard and Mouse and switch Show all input sources on.

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  • this might be right but i'm already "fix" it. i'm very impatient so i install 15.04 with unity and install gnome 3.16 on it. And guess what it already install ibus-unikey for me. – Tan Huynh Apr 30 '15 at 1:35

After having installed ibus-unikey, you probably need to log out and log in again. Then you should find it if you open Region and Language and click the plus (+) character under Input Sources.

  • i'm did restart it many time and when i'm open input source it still empty. – Tan Huynh Apr 30 '15 at 1:28

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