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About driftinganomaly

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  • OEM Samsung
  • Model Galaxy S4 (SGH-I337)
  • Country United States
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  1. Flood of spam

    This just started this past weekend and I have kicked close to 50 spam accounts myself.   A long term solution to this problem is being looked into and will be put into place as soon as possible.  
  2. Flood of spam

    We got hit by a lot more spam overnight.  Please be patient while we clean up this mess.  It is being dealt with.
  3. Flood of spam

    Hello Leatherworker, I am sorry for the inconvenience.  This forum has been hit with some serious spam this weekend.   I have been doing my best to clean it up and ban the individual accounts as they show up.   I have flagged this issue for the SwiftKey team as they make it back to work for the week.   They should be able to take the necessary steps to fix the issue.  You may want to turn off email notifications for a few days until it gets sorted out.    Thanks for checking in about this annoying issue;  I hope that it will be fixed quickly this week.  
  4. Words that are linked with emojis

  5. Keyboard font too small

    SwiftKey is aware of this issue and it is fixed in the current beta. You could try the beta or wait for the fix to roll out to the official version.
  6. Can I Customize SwiftKey's Emoji Predictions?

    It is currently not a supported feature. You can make a feature request by following these directions: New suggestions are tracked on the support forum by filling out a form here: https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=27342
  7. [FR/D] Setting to disable auto-space after prediction

    I have been a long time supporter for having an option within SwiftKey to turn off all corrections and predictions on demand. Maybe one day they will include it.
  8. [D] Poor predictions when flowing

    I just turned Flow back on to see if I notice the same behavior.
  9. Swiftkey, iOS9 & Mobile Device Management/MDM

    Thank you for doing some research and bringing documentation to the discussion. Hopefully Apple will find a way to work more harmoniously with third-party keyboards soon.
  10. I'm back, and ready to test SwiftKey for iOS!

    You have to sign up for the iOS beta by filling out the form here. There are limited spots with testflight, but they will let you know when there is an opening.
  11. [D] Poor predictions when flowing

    From your description, it seems that you are flowing the words not tapping each letter. Is this correct?
  12. Swiftkey: no testflight?

    The testflight limitation for the iOS beta makes it quite a bit more difficult to include everyone who is interested. Fill out the form posted on this introduction to the iOS beta. It may take a little while to get an invite, but they will send one once a spot opens up.
  13. [FR/D] Setting to disable auto-space after prediction

    I do not remember SwiftKey having that option in settings, and if it did, I think that it would have to have been at least 4 years ago. I do see the value of that suggestion for typing url's. A tip for writing url's is to start it with www. or http:// or https://. It will not autospace after a period with one of these prefixes. Hopefully this tip helps.
  14. [FR] Question about features

    I don't think that SwiftKey has ever included a handwriting module. SwiftKey Flow debuted as part of the Samsung keyboard on the Note (2 I think). The Samsung keyboard included the SwiftKey engine on their other keyboards. That is the only probable source for their confusion.

    Unfortunately this is not a currently supported feature.