IE 11 composition end events contain incorrect data for the MS Korean IME

Fixed Issue #9251496


Huanzhou H.
Oct 7, 2016
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Steps to reproduce

  1. Enable MS Korean IME
  2. Type “dldlr” (이익 ) into a contenteditable
  3. Observe the data attribute of the composition end events IE fires and compare them to the actual typed characters

The data in the composition end events that IE fires should match the characters produced by typing in a content editable. However, in this case, typing “dldlr” (이익), the first composition end events fired by IE contains wrong data, which is "잉", but should be "이".

Comparing to Chrome and Firefox, IE seems missing one composition update when finishing type first character “이” in this case, which eventually causing the wrong data saved in composition end events.

Could you please help to figure out this issue?


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