Thanks so much for the info on slow pressing to add words, I got into the habit of switching to another keyboard when words weren’t being recognised, should have done some more reading before speaking up
Fleksy is far from perfect for low vision users. I am just used to it as I have used it for a long time. Flicktype is far better than Fleksy for our community of users.
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Subject: Re: [FlickType] Typing speed, perspective of a person with very limited vision
Also, if you are using the minimal keyboard, how do you insert a new line, and how do you change to the iOS keyboard. These were the main problems I had with fleksy besides
the prediction engine didn't seem as accurate.
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