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When I type Hangul using the SCIM input on Ubuntu, when I press space, the last syllable automatically moves over a space, then adds another space. This goes away if I press a period and backspace it, but it slows down my typing.

Example: If I type 한굴, and then press space afterward, it looks like 한 글

Notice the space between the syllables.

Thanks.

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