Ctrl+Period conflicts with Freedesktop ibus unicode input default keybinding on Linux
In Linux distribtions that have version 1.5.25 of ibus, the default key binding for entering Unicode characters has been changed to Ctrl+Period, which conflicts with 1Password. 1Password can be activated with Ctrl+Period as usual, except when the browser focus is on a text field. When the browser focus is on a text field, Ctrl+Period activates the ibus Unicode interface instead.
Workaround is to change either the 1Password or the ibus keybinding to something other than Ctrl+Period. For example to change the ibus hotkey to Ctrl+/ one could use the following command:
gsettings set org.freedesktop.ibus.panel.emoji hotkey "['<Control>slash']"
ibus-setup to open an ibus settings GUI.
This applies to Fedora 35 and Ubuntu 21.10, among others.
1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Linux
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