Re: Build 68

Michael Maslo

So far for me the engine is working perfectly for me. I have had no issues whatsoever with the typing. I have to remember to move my fingers away from the same place if that makes sense. I can say if I do that the engine is perfect.

Sincerely,, mikeĀ 

On May 19, 2018 at 12:44, <Salman Haider> wrote:

I agree with everything here Dave. Exactly my experience as far as the

accuracy of the prediction of the typing engine is concerned.

On 5/19/18, David Nason <dnason@...> wrote:
> On a separate note, how are people finding the accuracy of the typing engine
> itself these days? I'm sure it's an ongoing part of the development.
> For me, its mostly really good, but I do still sometimes run into
> frustrations. Long words are generally very successful, so long as I know
> how to spell the word.
> I do still have some problems at times with shorter words, where of course
> there are far more possible words for the engine to recommend. In recent
> days for example, I recall trying to type the words "read" and "date", and
> for whatever reason, for the life of me, I could not get the engine to
> suggest them, even with multiple swipes down. But just now, I was able to
> type them just fine.
> Some of this is clearly down to the user, but frustrating when it does
> happen. I wonder if there is scope for the engine, while still primarily
> making its recommendations based on the typing pattern, to have some level
> of context based predictions, like the iOS keyboard does, albeit implemented
> very differently.
> On the whole I'm extremely happy with it though.
> Dave
>> On 19 May 2018, at 17:31, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:
>> Btw to insert a new line using the custom keyboard, do a single tap and
>> hold, which will open the touch typing keyboard, now find the return key
>> in the bottom right corner and tap. Your new line will be entered, like
>> this,
>> I just put in three new lines.
>> To go back to the custom keyboard, fine the style key, which is on the
>> bottom, and is the second key from the left between the more numbers key
>> and the space key.
>> Chuck
>>> On May 19, 2018, at 9:21 AM, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:
>>> Hello Alex, you are indeed the lucky guy, as I tried to duplicate your
>>> problem, and could not.
>>> I did notice the landscape lock, left, did not work in the custom
>>> keyboard. In other words, the setting had no effect on the custom
>>> keyboard. When I went back to the app, the keyboard was locked in
>>> landscape, left.
>>> By guess is landscape lock is only in the app version.
>>> I hope this helps,
>>> Chuck
>>>> On May 19, 2018, at 8:50 AM, Alex Hiironen <l000b2a@...> wrote:
>>>> Hey Kosta and all, so far I am getting used to this new way of topping.
>>>> However, there are two things still annoying me. First, I still can't
>>>> get new lines to work in the custom keyboards. Second, I am still having
>>>> issues with the main app just not showing up properly. I completely
>>>> removed FlickType and waited days to install it again, no dice. I have
>>>> my orientation set to landscape left and it's showing up in portrait of
>>>> or only taking up the first half of the screen. When I open settings, it
>>>> will eventually switch to landscape as it should appear. Is anyone else
>>>> experience this issue, or am I the lucky guy for this bug? Cheers and as
>>>> always thanks for such frequent updates.
>>>> Alex
>>>>> On May 19, 2018, at 7:07 AM, Chanelle Allen <chanellem.allen@...>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>> Hello Kosta, Ashley, and Group,
>>>>> it's impressive that Kosta has gotten another FlickType release out to
>>>>> us so quickly. Thank you. Here are my initial thoughts.
>>>>> The new flick gestures--especially the one to capitalize a letter are
>>>>> useful. Using FlickType touch typing to go back by character to ensure
>>>>> a word is capitalized or spelled correctly is convenient.
>>>>> I preferred the magic tap gesture for switching between flick and touch
>>>>> typing modes. Frequently when touch typing, I accidentally press the
>>>>> "typing style" when intending to press space or the "more numbers"
>>>>> button. I might be in the minority, but for me, it would be nice to go
>>>>> back to having the magic tap gesture switch between modes. With time, I
>>>>> can become accustomed to anything though. I thought that FlickType was
>>>>> taking a while to come up with the right word for me in the flick
>>>>> typing mode, but I think that it is me just taking time to get warmed
>>>>> up to the keyboard. I will report back if I have further trouble.
>>>>> Chanelle
>>>>>> On May 19, 2018, at 02:39, FlickType <hello@...> wrote:
>>>>>> Thank you for the feedback, we always read all of your posts to the
>>>>>> group, so please keep it coming. This is still work-in-progress, and
>>>>>> eventually there will be a manual input mode similar to the main app.
>>>>>> Touch Typing related changes:
>>>>>> - Swapped magic tap and tap and hold gestures for changing keyboard or
>>>>>> typing style. When Touch Typing, there is now a button to change back
>>>>>> to Flick Typing. Note that upon entering Touch Typing, you will need
>>>>>> to release your touch and tap again to start exploring. This is
>>>>>> annoying but will be addressed soon.
>>>>>> - Added one and two finger flick gestures when Touch Typing. Flick
>>>>>> left will delete the last character, flick right will add a space,
>>>>>> flick up and down will change the current character's case. Two finger
>>>>>> flick left or right will move the cursor by character.
>>>>>> - Fixed inverted shift state announcement bug
>>>>>> - Shift will automatically be selected and unselected as needed.
>>>>>> - Character echo will now respect the setting from the main app
>>>>>> - Added word echo
>>>>>> Kosta

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