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Edward IV
Jan 15, 2006



My issue with Swiftkey is that the cursor keys are absolutely terrible. They take up a stupid amount of space and are poorly located. The keys take up the entire bottom row which pushes the whole keyboard upwards. As a result on numerous occasions Iíve inadvertently hit the space key or cursor key when I meant to hit the other.

Perhaps I would have a better experience by not having them as they are by default but Iíve gotten used to having them on Windows 10 Mobile and theyíre handy to have when you actually need them. What I really wish is if Microsoft had ported over their Windows 10 Mobile keyboard along with the cursor nub instead of what appears to be not doing much with Swiftkey.

Iíve actually resorted to using the Blackberry Keyboard in spite of its convoluted install process and potentially questionable long term support. But I find it pleasant for me to use. Only real downside is no autofill suggestions (oddly enough it provides suggestions but you have to type them out) and no swipe texting without giving up swiping quick access keys.

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Edward IV
Jan 15, 2006



cr0y posted:

Not sure where to post this, but anyone have any idea what might cause these "generic" android icons in my "switch between running apps thingy"? Note 10+, android 11, oneUI 3.1 and Nova Launcher. I can't figure out what to google because I don't know if the app switcher thing is part of android, part of one UI, or part of nova launcher...



Yeah that's part of OneUI's task switcher. Click the triple dots on the right of the search bar up top and then Settings. Unselecting "Show recommended apps" will get rid of them.

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