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About Rick66

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  1. Creating your own keyboard theme?

    Hello, nice news about the own themes.. Maybe it could help to solve this by let the user select a own picture that SwiftKey is using as background by overwork it in a automatic process of making it look good. Maybe something like diffrent colors to select or some other animations? The animations of iOS are really nice - why not using this thought here with the photo effects? I guess this could be what customers want. It is really hard to make a own theme - colors and design are not easy to handle for lots of users. The import of a own picture could make that easier in combination with some effects. Google uses a picture upload in their Keyboard. But since the picture is used as it is without effects, it is nothing special about it. The effects of animations or color filters would be a good idea. What do you think?