When I wasn't looking (and I'm sure it didn't say anything) SwiftKey (the keyboard I use on android) has become "micro$oft SwiftKey".
I am kinda pissed that this happened without me knowing.
Anyone know of a good alternative?
I do use the multiple language features so would be good to keep that.
@M0YNG anysoft keyboard is open source and highly customizable
@F1RUM nice. Dinner and done!
@F1RUM that was supposes to be 'done and done'...
@M0YNG I've been using Multiling O Keyboard for a few years. It's very responsive and EXTREMELY customizable. Like, EXTREMELY extremely.
@emacsomancer @M0YNG I think that high be a holding-down thing, in Multiling at least - but yeah, that's changeable. The only drawback of Multiling as far as I can see is it doesn't have a great English dictionary, so the first week or so you're gonna be doing a lot of holding-on-words to tell it that, yes, those ARE real words.
But being able to make your dream layout is sweeeeeet
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