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Undreth

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About Undreth

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  • Model
    G2
  • Country
    Norway
  • primary_lang
    Acehnese
  1. Sorry, yes, this occurs in the middle of a sentence. Obviously at the beginning of a sentence I would expect it to be capitalised. The prediction always gives these words as though they should be capitalised, even when I've deleted them from auto-prediction.
  2. SwiftKey has started auto-capitalising a single word – e – just recently. I have English (UK) and Norwegian installed as my dictionaries. E is a Norwegian dialect word and never capitalised unless it is in the beginning of a sentence. I tell SwiftKey to delete the capitalised version all the time, but to no avail. Another word it always (AFAIK) has capitalised for some reason, is No (another dialect word).
  3. Cheers!
  4. Okay, thanks. So all predictions, write patterns and so on are saved in my account?
  5. I have downloaded a bunch of themes and realised that all themes containing "minimal" are useless and need to go. How do I delete them?
  6. I'm using the Norwegian version (since it's got three extra letters) with English dictionary added. Usually, in most keyboards, you would have é as an alternative when you long-press e on the keyboard. In SwiftKey, it's just the ~. As far as I can see, there seems to be no way to type words with ü - which comes up in German loan words like über, Müller etc, or any letter with a diacritic (like Pokémon). Unless SK predicts them, I don't seem to be able to type them. The same goes for every letter except ä, which is the long-press for æ. Edit: Oh, never mind, there was indeed a setting for it.