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Welcome to SwiftKey Insiders Community

Hello, 

Thank you for checking out SwiftKey Insiders. We are currently in the process of moving over to a new community platform. As we migrate all users and content over, we will not be accepting any new applications. As soon as the new Community is live, we will update this page with the new URL and applications will again be welcome. 

We will update this page with the new Community URL when it goes live. 

Cheers, 

Ryan, SwiftKey Community Manager 


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  1. Almost one year ago i filed a support ticket regarding auto-capitalizing html input fields. (ticket 116289). This bug is still present. The bug is that Swiftkey is defaulting to Autocapitalizing for html input fields of type text. Even if that is considered a feature and not a bug, it should still be possible to use the attribute autocapitalize=off/none for the input filed to force non-auto-capitalizing https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2015/04/autocapitalize Stock Android keyboard, on Nexus 5x in my case, works as intended. Test here: https://davidwalsh.name/demo/disable-autocorrect.php
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