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Thanks, this makes more sense now!
On 08-Aug-2018 3:31 PM, Jean-Philippe
just as they say.
Configure text replacements from iOS Settings, General,
Keyboard, Text Replacement.
You have two fields, one where you enter a character string,
like a few letters, and A second one where You enter its
corresponding text. It's quite easy to do.
Le 08/08/2018 à 21:37, Tyler Wood a
Perhaps I'm missing something.
How do these text replacements work?
Is it like preset messages you can set up and automatically send
with flick type?
On 08-Aug-2018 1:55 PM, FlickType wrote:
Please always restart your device after
updating FlickType, and send all your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank
- You can now use your existing iOS text replacement shortcuts
with FlickType. Configure text replacements from iOS Settings,
General, Keyboard, Text Replacement. If you tap-type the
shortcut, it will automatically be expanded into its phrase.
If you type it accurately by touch-typing each letter, you'll
need to flick down to expand it after you space. Replacement
shortcuts can only contain letters, but expanded phrases can
be anything, including numbers, symbols, spaces, and even
emoji. Be creative, smile!
Please note: the replacements don't work inside the container
app due to iOS limitations.
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