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Build 72


 

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.


George Cham
 

Ok, the next keyboard button is at the bottom left side of the screen. Can you make this button a visual button?

Kind Regards,

George Cham



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To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.




Chuck Dean
 

Hi Kosta,
This build is great! I really like the hard press to cap the letter.
Good idea of having the option for the dismiss and next keyboard buttons. I turned them off, the flick and hold works great for me.

Great job!👍


Chuck


George Cham
 

I've got the next button turned on to test it. But the dismiss gesture is ok too

Kind Regards,

George Cham



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Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 5:10:08 PM
To: Alpha
Subject: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 

Hi Kosta,
 This build is great! I really like the hard press to cap the letter.
 Good idea of having the option for the dismiss and next keyboard buttons. I turned them off, the flick and hold works great for me.
 
 Great job!👍


Chuck



 

Hi George, what do you mean exactly? The button is displayed as a white globe icon, similar to the standard iOS "Next Keyboard" button. Are you referring to the visual announcement for it?

Also thank you for pointing out the location of the button, I should have clarified this myself: The "Next Keyboard" button is near the bottom left corner, whereas the "Dismiss" button, if enabled, is near the bottom right corner.

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On Sun, May 27, 2018 at 12:09 AM, George Cham <George.cham@...> wrote:
Ok, the next keyboard button is at the bottom left side of the screen. Can you make this button a visual button?

Kind Regards,

George Cham



From: alpha@flicktype.groups.io <alpha@flicktype.groups.io> on behalf of FlickType <hello@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 4:51:05 PM
To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.





George Cham
 

Hi costa, I can not see any globe at the bottom of the screen. Only the white bar.

Kind Regards,

George Cham



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Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 5:14:38 PM
To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
Hi George, what do you mean exactly? The button is displayed as a white globe icon, similar to the standard iOS "Next Keyboard" button. Are you referring to the visual announcement for it?

Also thank you for pointing out the location of the button, I should have clarified this myself: The "Next Keyboard" button is near the bottom left corner, whereas the "Dismiss" button, if enabled, is near the bottom right corner.

Kosta

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On Sun, May 27, 2018 at 12:09 AM, George Cham <George.cham@...> wrote:
Ok, the next keyboard button is at the bottom left side of the screen. Can you make this button a visual button?

Kind Regards,

George Cham



From: alpha@flicktype.groups.io <alpha@flicktype.groups.io> on behalf of FlickType <hello@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 4:51:05 PM
To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.





 

All letters, symbols and control keys only become visible while you are exploring and pressing down on the keyboard. As soon as you let go they disappear.
- Kosta


Chuck Dean
 

I don't see a globe either. 


Chuck

On May 27, 2018, at 12:17 AM, George Cham <George.cham@...> wrote:

Hi costa, I can not see any globe at the bottom of the screen. Only the white bar.

Kind Regards,

George Cham



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Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 5:14:38 PM
To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
Hi George, what do you mean exactly? The button is displayed as a white globe icon, similar to the standard iOS "Next Keyboard" button. Are you referring to the visual announcement for it?

Also thank you for pointing out the location of the button, I should have clarified this myself: The "Next Keyboard" button is near the bottom left corner, whereas the "Dismiss" button, if enabled, is near the bottom right corner.

Kosta

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On Sun, May 27, 2018 at 12:09 AM, George Cham <George.cham@...> wrote:
Ok, the next keyboard button is at the bottom left side of the screen. Can you make this button a visual button?

Kind Regards,

George Cham



From: alpha@flicktype.groups.io <alpha@flicktype.groups.io> on behalf of FlickType <hello@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 4:51:05 PM
To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.





 

I can see a globe in all my devices here, but perhaps some accessibility setting causes unexpected behavior.

If someone could take a screenshot and send it to me it might help me figure out what's going on. Note that it might be tricky to take a screenshot while holding your finger down on the screen.

Kosta


George Cham
 

Ok, I see a globe. If I hold down my finger its just next to the numbers 123 and the letter z

Kind Regards,

George Cham



From: alpha@flicktype.groups.io <alpha@flicktype.groups.io> on behalf of FlickType <hello@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 5:27:53 PM
To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType-alpha] Build 72
 
I can see a globe in all my devices here, but perhaps some accessibility setting causes unexpected behavior.

If someone could take a screenshot and send it to me it might help me figure out what's going on. Note that it might be tricky to take a screenshot while holding your finger down on the screen.

Kosta




Chuck Dean
 

My bad. I didn't realize I had to be holding down for those keys to be visible. Actually, they are too small for my eyes.
Fortunately, the flick and hold gestures work fine for me.


Chuck

On May 27, 2018, at 12:27 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

I can see a globe in all my devices here, but perhaps some accessibility setting causes unexpected behavior.

If someone could take a screenshot and send it to me it might help me figure out what's going on. Note that it might be tricky to take a screenshot while holding your finger down on the screen.

Kosta



Ed Worrell
 

Hello all,

I really love the simple and elegant way you solved the gesture issues some of us were having. I really think this is a great build. The only issue I am having so far is with the 3d or hard press on a letter to capitalize it. I can not get this to trigger on my iPhone x to save my life. I always use 3d touch on my phone and I simply can't get this function to work. I am going to try and restart my phone to see what happens happens after that.

Thanks for the quick updates. You guys are awesome!

Ed

On May 27, 2018, at 1:10 AM, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:


Hi Kosta,
This build is great! I really like the hard press to cap the letter.
Good idea of having the option for the dismiss and next keyboard buttons. I turned them off, the flick and hold works great for me.

Great job!👍


Chuck


Benny Barber
 

Kosta,

As far as the extra row of numbers / symbols, I love the layout of the app. The symbols across the top row of letters and 0 through 12 above the letter p with the ability to flick up and down through the options. Just my opinion. Thanks

Benny

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.



Ed Worrell
 

Hello all,

I too really prefer this layout from the FlickType main application. I think this would be great to have the same layout option as the app. I would love to have this row of options for use with twitter.

Ed

On May 27, 2018, at 12:57 PM, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:


Kosta,

As far as the extra row of numbers / symbols, I love the layout of the app. The symbols across the top row of letters and 0 through 12 above the letter p with the ability to flick up and down through the options. Just my opinion. Thanks

Benny

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.





Chuck Dean
 

I would also like to see the return of the top row of symbols and shortcuts. I used them when needed, and while I have been working around not having them, they are very convenient.


Chuck

On May 27, 2018, at 3:33 PM, Ed Worrell <ed.worrell@...> wrote:

Hello all,

I too really prefer this layout from the FlickType main application. I think this would be great to have the same layout option as the app. I would love to have this row of options for use with twitter.

Ed
On May 27, 2018, at 12:57 PM, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:


Kosta,

As far as the extra row of numbers / symbols, I love the layout of the app. The symbols across the top row of letters and 0 through 12 above the letter p with the ability to flick up and down through the options. Just my opinion. Thanks

Benny

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.






Ed Worrell
 

Hey Kosta and all,

One big feature that is still making me use the default iOS keyboard more than I honestly want to now is the lack of the ability to use the enter key as a search button. I know in other apps the enter key is contextually aware of whether it's a search field, email field, or a message field. It would be great to have this ability. I understand it its not high on the list of features to see added, but it would be greatly appreciated.

I really don't know it this is possible but the enter key seems much harder to find than the dismiss keyboard button. I would maybe like to see the enter key slightly larger than the dismiss key. I find myself leaning more towards using the enter key than the gesture for new line.

Ed

On May 27, 2018, at 4:37 PM, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:



I would also like to see the return of the top row of symbols and shortcuts. I used them when needed, and while I have been working around not having them, they are very convenient.


Chuck

On May 27, 2018, at 3:33 PM, Ed Worrell <ed.worrell@...> wrote:

Hello all,

I too really prefer this layout from the FlickType main application. I think this would be great to have the same layout option as the app. I would love to have this row of options for use with twitter.

Ed
On May 27, 2018, at 12:57 PM, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:


Kosta,

As far as the extra row of numbers / symbols, I love the layout of the app. The symbols across the top row of letters and 0 through 12 above the letter p with the ability to flick up and down through the options. Just my opinion. Thanks

Benny

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.







Chanelle Allen
 

Hello,
Thank you, Kosta, for yet another FlickType release. I have been taking some time to get accustomed to the new gestures and just to think before writing the group.
First, the introduction of the "next keyboard" button is much appreciated. While I am capable of performing the gestures and would have little problem in doing so if the buttons are removed, I am more comfortable finding a button—especially one so conveniently located. I have removed dictation from the iOS keyboard, which has minimized my tendency to press the wrong button when switching to the FlickType keyboard.
On a related note, having the option to enable/disable the dismiss and next keyboards is great.👍 Kosta's ability to include buttons that a user may optionally utilize provided an idea for how one of my feature requests could be implemented. Before mentioning the request though, I will say that I never use the "dismiss keyboard" feature because it has been a hindrance to editing text and sending messages. Since I want my electronic communications to look as neat as possible, I take time to edit. Frequently, I may want to check how I spelled a word in the middle of a sentence or remove an extra space inserted by FlickType between a symbol such as a quotation mark and a word. The type of editing I perform requires my FlickType cursor position to sync or be transmitted correctly to the iOS system, an experience that has been most convenient when switching as opposed to dismissing keyboards. Switching keyboards with the correct cursor position retained has been problematic in the Notes app. I thought the problem had something to do with how I performed gestures, and while things improved, navigation and editing were more difficult in Notes than in Drafts, Messages, or Mail. Editing with VoiceOver in general is a clunky experience. Still, in the last two FlickType builds, sometimes, after switching keyboards and setting the rotor to navigate by characters or words, VoiceOver repeatedly says "FlickType" or the letter f with each flick until I touch somewhere on the screen, at which point the cursor could be a few words away from the original location. I am wondering if this behavior occurs in longer blocks of text. It is certainly more noticeable. (It was in the middle of this current message; by the end, normal behavior resumed.) My final thought on keyboard dismissal: Dismissing the keyboard in an app like Mail when moving from one field to another might be useful, but I still prefer the switching method. When dismissing FlickType, finding and tapping the "Send” button is impossible without first double tapping the text edit field in the Messages app.
Since Kosta was able to add optional keyboard buttons to FlickType, would creating a "delete" button toggled on or off in FlickType Settings also be possible? I would use a delete function for removing spaces between words and symbols and at the beginning and end of lines. Could we have the option to turn off the Return key at the bottom right of the keyboard. I have just realized that the keyboard might become very cluttered if someone wants all or most of the buttons enabled, so maybe my suggestion isn't practical.
Just as the ability to delete extra spaces or characters with the FlickType keyboard would be useful, I would like to request that reading by characters be reintroduced. The merging of flick and touch typing modes has simplified the FlickType keyboard experience, but I was disappointed when, due to the nature of typing styles being combined, reading by character was eliminated. Eventually adding phonetic feedback for manually typed words and the feature that spells back typing suggestions will hopefully reduce typos (I discovered a few in my emails and texts). Another option, though if the spell back feature is too difficult to develop for the FlickType keyboard, or if most people do not wish to hear their typing spelled back, is a gesture or mode to move/read by character both when reading previously entered text or reviewing FlickType suggestions. In that way, if we are not sure that FlickType said a particular word or one that sounded like it, we would have the means of clarification. In one of my typos, I meant to write the word "link" (l i n k) and somehow got the word "lick" (l i c k). I don't know how the two sounded so similar. Or, when I clearly meant to type the word "there" as in a place, FlickType substituted it with the other "their." These errors aren't too big of a deal, but I don't want to make a habit of them. The annoyance will also diminish once FlickType has context-sensitive autocorrect or whatever we were talking about a while back, but I would still like the ability to read by character, even if the function is not available until after the next app release.
I could do all of my editing using the iOS keyboard if these are not popular feature requests and since switching keyboards is easy. However, if the goal is to eliminate the need for the iOS keyboard, my requests may be worth considering.
Thank you.
Chanelle

On May 27, 2018, at 17:37, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:



I would also like to see the return of the top row of symbols and shortcuts. I used them when needed, and while I have been working around not having them, they are very convenient.


Chuck

On May 27, 2018, at 3:33 PM, Ed Worrell <ed.worrell@...> wrote:

Hello all,

I too really prefer this layout from the FlickType main application. I think this would be great to have the same layout option as the app. I would love to have this row of options for use with twitter.

Ed
On May 27, 2018, at 12:57 PM, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:


Kosta,

As far as the extra row of numbers / symbols, I love the layout of the app. The symbols across the top row of letters and 0 through 12 above the letter p with the ability to flick up and down through the options. Just my opinion. Thanks

Benny

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.







Michael Maslo
 

I like the location of the enter key. I have not found the other key and I thought I had turned in on in settings. However once we can get the enter key to do more than I will be even happier.😎 

Sincerely,, mike 


On May 27, 2018 at 22:29, <Ed Worrell> wrote:

Hey Kosta and all,


One big feature that is still making me use the default iOS keyboard more than I honestly want to now is the lack of the ability to use the enter key as a search button. I know in other apps the enter key is contextually aware of whether it's a search field, email field, or a message field. It would be great to have this ability. I understand it its not high on the list of features to see added, but it would be greatly appreciated.

I really don't know it this is possible but the enter key seems much harder to find than the dismiss keyboard button. I would maybe like to see the enter key slightly larger than the dismiss key. I find myself leaning more towards using the enter key than the gesture for new line.

Ed
> On May 27, 2018, at 4:37 PM, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:
>
>
>
> I would also like to see the return of the top row of symbols and shortcuts. I used them when needed, and while I have been working around not having them, they are very convenient.
>
>
> Chuck
>
>> On May 27, 2018, at 3:33 PM, Ed Worrell <ed.worrell@...> wrote:
>>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I too really prefer this layout from the FlickType main application. I think this would be great to have the same layout option as the app. I would love to have this row of options for use with twitter.
>>
>> Ed
>>> On May 27, 2018, at 12:57 PM, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> Kosta,
>>>
>>> As far as the extra row of numbers / symbols, I love the layout of the app. The symbols across the top row of letters and 0 through 12 above the letter p with the ability to flick up and down through the options. Just my opinion. Thanks
>>>
>>> Benny
>>>
>>>> On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <hello@...> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> - Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
>>>> - Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
>>>> - The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
>>>> - The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
>>>> - Words will be capitalized after a new line.
>>>> - On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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Benny Barber
 

Is there a way to enter a manual space in the custom keyboard? Thanks.

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.



Ed Worrell
 

Hey,

Yes there is. The enter or return key at the bottom right corner of the keyboard will insert a new line.

I hope this helps.

Ed

On May 28, 2018, at 4:58 AM, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:


Is there a way to enter a manual space in the custom keyboard? Thanks.

On May 27, 2018, at 1:51 AM, FlickType <@FlickType> wrote:

- Added a "Next Keyboard" button for those having trouble with the flick up & hold gesture. If you don't need the button, you can disable it from the main app settings.
- Also added a setting for a "Dismiss" button similar to the above, but this one is off by default since most people didn't seem to have trouble with the flick down & hold gesture. If you do have trouble performing that gesture, you can enable this button from the settings.
- The shift state now resets after entering a single character, so it behaves more like a shift key rather than a caps lock.
- The shift state now affects words that were not manually typed, meaning that if you switch to uppercase in the middle of a sentence and type a word like "banana", it will be capitalized.
- Words will be capitalized after a new line.
- On devices that support 3D Touch, pressing down harder while exploring the keyboard will toggle the secondary layout, meaning the state of shift if you are in letters, or switch between numbers and symbols if you are in either numbers or symbols.