Someone plz report a bug for me.
I don't know how and where to report bugs and hope you guys can help me out. But I've found a bug and would like the distro to correct it in their next release. I had seen this bug in Ubuntu 11.04 and now I'm also seeing it in Mint OS Nadia.
Here's the bug: In Mint, it is impossible to type "ଯ" (Unicode 0B2F) because it doesn't have a dedicated key. In most Indian Keyboard that follows Inscript dedicated the "/" key (the key next to the right shift) to this letter. So pressing / key alone should write "ଯ" and pressing Shift+/ should write "ୟ" (Unicode 0B5F). But this doesn't happen in Mint or Ubuntu. In Mint/Ubuntu, pressing / key alone writes "ୟ" and pressing Shift+/ types (at). Since ଯ and ୟ character look similar, the programmer might've got it confused.
How to reproduce: Turn on Oriya Inscript, Press Shift+/. It should print ୟ, but it prints (at) instead.
Since, the forum thinks I'm spamming, I can't type the symbol (at)
Its the symbol that isused in e-mail address, like someone(at)gmail(dot)com