Qt: fix multiple instances of a singleton if an input is already started
Using THEMIM at this level results in instantiating multiples copies of what should be a singleton. This is because any preexisting input needs to be initialized in the constructor of the THEMIN (MainInputManager). This leads to recursively calling the constructor over and over. This patch directly calls the underlying functions(no functional change).
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