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On the announcement of the last word instead of the period, please check your VoiceOver “Typing Feedback” setting for software keyboards. In my testing, if that is set to “Words” then I experience the issue.
Please try playing with that setting and get a feel of all the different ways it affects FlickType. I don’t know the full effects myself, and as a first order of things I’ve tried to make the keyboard work best with that set to off, but I understand that not everyone will be willing to turn it off, so I would love to know what the most important issues are when that setting is anything other than off.
I will have to get back to you on the other issues mentioned.
On Sep 2, 2018, at 02:31, David Nason <dnason@...
H i Kosta,
I’m not seeing the issue that Chuck and George are describing. It says full stop as it should for me.
A couple of other small niggles though:
If I manually type the first word of a new line, it is putting a space between the first letter and the rest of the word, as with "Hi" at the start of this email. This only seems to be in the Mail app.
Again if at the start of a new line in Mail, only the first word suggestion is capitalised. It being a new sentence, they should all be.
No problems here with typing. After inserting a. VoiceOver says the last word.
Running iOS 11. 4, . On I phone 8.
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Sunday, September 2, 2018 1:58 pm
Re: [FlickType-alpha] Build 164
I notice FlickType is still repeating the last word of a sentence instead of saying " period "
I am already used to it, but I'm sure others will complain.
I am using an iPhone 8, running iOS 11.4.1
> On Sep 1, 2018, at 7:51 PM, FlickType <hello@...
> What's new:
> - Fix for shift / casing issue. Thanks Benny!
> - Fix for VoiceOver announcing "End of document" when deleting or changing the last word of the document. The issue might still occur, but it should be much less common.