I also noticed a couple other separate packages for Chinese IBUS input which are not pre-installed as well (zh-ibus-[chewing, pinyin]).
If you install those packages, it will probably provide IBUS support for those locales as well.
Here the problem is the difference between Konsole and other applications including chrome.
I am using ja-ibus-mozc(it's pre-installed in 10.2) in everyday life, writinge-mails and documents by ja-ibus-mozc Konsole emacs(-nw).
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Try going into the PC-BSD system manager, uncheck the "Force IBUS input" option (and apply the change), then setup IBUS to be autostarted by your DE on next login and reboot.
If your DE does not provide access to enable/disable the autostart application, you can always start up IBUS by running this command: Thanks.
This gave me a test case of Qt5, GTK2/3, and "other" toolkits, and xterm was the only one which did not display the characters properly (square boxes instead), because the font I currently have loaded into xterm does not support them.
If you run into the same problem, changing to a font which does support non-english characters is recommended (such as one of the new "Noto" fonts).
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