Jean-Philippe Rykiel <jprykiel@...>
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This has happened to me as well.
In my case it's with an app called telegram. Specifically going
into the notification center, using the rotor to navigate to
view for a specific notification. Tapping reply from here gives
me the keyboard, however when I swipe away the keyboard I'm back
at the reply button along with muting for 1 hour etc. It's as
though it takes me back one screen.
On 30-Jun-2018 12:56 AM, Corie Brown
I am aware of that. Doesn't address the problem for anyone who
would like to see the text...just not in a font that can be read
by anyone without vi from the other side of the room!
Also I have had a few instances of typing lengthy emails,
but when I swipe FlickType keyboard off screen, none of my
text has transferred to my email! Is this a known issue?
Reliability is paramount for many of us I’m sure.
You can toggle the visual announcements on and off
with a three finger triple tap; just like the screen
I hope this helps,
On Jun 29, 2018, at 10:27 PM, Corie Brown <corie@...
The keyboard is great as and I am happy to pay a
small monthly fee for ongoing development.
However, one thing that is driving me crazy is the
lack of control over the size of the letters that
appear as I type. Short words are massive! This is
preventing me from using the app in meetings and
public spaces, which is frustrating as I think the
functionality is brilliant.
Is it feasible to introduce an option for users to
select a maximum font size?
Yes I think one will be coming soon. If I could I
defenantly pay the 99 cents per month fee.
There is not a half screen option at this
time, however one may be possible in the near
future. Unfortunately, it is not as easy as it
sounds. Fleksy had problems with stuttering
speech, and FlickType will probably also have
On Jun 29, 2018, at 8:10 PM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...
This is very valid actually.
I tend to go between flick type and braille
screen input for the most part.
Now, for a few questions. I'd rather not
make this into a separate thread because I
might be blatantly missing something.
Is there a way to get flick type to show up
at the bottom of the screen only, similar to
the default keyboard? As it stands now,
flicking down with one finger and
occasionally, if my finger isn't high enough
on the screen, then hitting send is a little
counter intuitive. Maybe that's because of
iOS limitations, though, or maybe there's a
hidden setting somewhere I'm failing to
I also find when typing a message when I
use a notification action and need to change
to flick type as the default keyboard for
some reason the switch keyboard doesn't show
up at the bottom left of the screen. Again,
I could be missing something.
Regardless, love this keyboard. I was on
android for a while and this is one of the
main reasons I came back to iOS among
others. It's truly a joy to use and
certainly, in my mind anyway, far surpasses
flexi. The amount of work put into this and
features added in such a short time is
9:34 PM, Chuck Dean wrote:
When Fleksy first came out I paid
nineteen dollars and ninety nine cents
as a one time purchase price.
Unfortunately, even this high purchase
price did not generate enough revenue to
sustain the app, so they released it to
the general public.
In order to please the masses the
developers had to make Fleksy appear
more like a qwerty keyboard, which made
Fleksy almost impossible for the
visually impaired to operate.
As you can see, a one time purchase
price will have to be very expensive to
fund ongoing improvements, maintenance
and other languages.
Ninety nine cents a month is surely
affordable for anyone who owns an iPhone
and will generate a steady revenue flow,
so FlickType will not end up in the
scrap heap like Fleksy.
PS. Three and a half cents a day seems
like a steal for a handful of magic.
On Jun 29, 2018, at 7:25 PM, Tyler Wood
On the other side of that coin,
paying a one time fee of $15 and using
the app for 2 or 3 years saves me that
bit of extra money. Considering I am
in Canada even moreso here.
I wish there was a way to get around
apples greedy 35% snatched from the
jar, though. I'd gladly pay with pay
pal or something so the developer gets
all of my money.
29-Jun-2018 9:23 PM, Christy S wrote:
What I think, to be honest, is that
what comes out to $12 a year is more
than reasonable to support ongoing
development. There are apps out
there that cost double that or more
which may or may not continue to
develop. This way if anyone chooses
to no longer use the app for
whatever reason, you cancel the
subscription and you're done.
There's no paying a good chunk for
something only to find out two
months later that you have wasted
6/29/2018 9:01 PM, leonard morris
I am currently using flick type
classic because I don't want to pay
a 99cents monthly fee. I might
reconsider if there was a yearly
subscription fee or a one time life
Time fee would be OK. What do you
think? Every country has an
identity, history, custom, and
culture. It’s a unique landscape in
determining how its people Live,
work, and play.
It you are no
longer beta testing
FlickType, you are
more than welcome to
Unsubscrive from the
To ensure that you
don't receive anymore
Go to testflight,
it FlickType and
FlickType clasic is
Then you have the
option to stop
This will remove
the apps from
testflight and your
‘May the Lord bless
you and protect you.
May the Lord smile on
you and be gracious to
you. May the Lord show
you his favor and give
you his peace.’
not subscribe! I was added
by the developer! When I
signed up for the beta! Then
the developer remove me from
the beta testing since I
guess I wasn’t giving any
feedback! Then I unsubscribe
from the mailing list but
the developer has added me
once again! Without my
permission without any
action! Not impressed!
Should take this to Apple! I
know that I can and sub from
the link below but I want my
email address out of his
database so I don’t have to
go through this bullshit
anymore! Peace out cheers…
Sent from my Space Gray
> On Jun 29, 2018, at
5:17 PM, Dave <dave.beckett.uk@...
> Keith, This may sound
like a silly question. But
why did you subscribe, in
the first place?
> Also, if you go to the
bottom of the eMail, you can
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> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
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FlickType discussion group
> Please unsubscribe me
from this group and remove
my email address from your
database! I’m asking nicely
for now! Thank you!
> Sent from my Space Gray
>> On Jun 29, 2018, at
2:55 PM, FlickType <hello@...
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