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In IOS 14.4 direct touch works as it did in IOS 13. You can set
it to be on or off for specific apps, but by default it's on for
all apps. So you wont have to turn it on each time you wish to use
flick type. I use flick type every single day and it works well. I
don't know when 14.4 will go public, but I would think pretty
soon. I've been running the beta and it's working well and even
has big battery life improvements. So this is an update you'll all
want to get as soon as it goes live to the public.
On 1/20/2021 7:22 PM, Chuck Dean wrote:
Considering the way is behaving, I’m pretty sure it’s an iOS
problem, and not a Fliktype problem.
Someone claims that this will be fixed in iOS 14.4. Will have
to wait and see!
Although it is kind of a pain, the workaround works OK, it’s
only a couple more movements, I’m not going to lose any sleep
over it 😎
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air
Would be nice to know if this is a
bug in iOS 14 or Flicktype itself. The problem has
existed for some time now. If you depend on this
keyboard it can be frustrating.
I’m having the same issue using
flick type in iOS 14.3
having the same issues as far as FlickType staying
in Direct Touch.
Too bad there wasn't a way to keep that setting on
in the app settings
On 1/20/2021 1:25 AM, Chuck Dean wrote:
> Hello Kosta,
> I just updated to iOS 14.3 and I am having the
same problems others are having with the iPhone
staying on direct touch, but I have figured out a
> Also, when I tried to restore my purchase of
FlickType, after updating, it failed multiple times,
so I just bought it again.
> No big deal but I thought you would like to
> Happy New Year!
> Chuck (mobile)
> Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.
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