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    Alpert

    Hello @Lia,

    The red underline is called "spell checker", and it's an android feature, it will work with Google Keyboard (Gboard) and some OEM first party keyboards, but sadly not with most of the 3rd party keyboards, including SwiftKey.

    If you follow the steps:

    1. Phone settings
    2. Language & Keyboard
    3. find spell checker
    4. turn it off

    Normally you won't see them again. Again, this is not a SwiftKey problem.

    Happy typing

    Alpert

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    Permanently deleted user

    Hello, first of all thanks for the great keyboard. Now this recently happened to me, I changed nothing. But when I use another keyboard like gboard, red kines disappear!

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    With Google's keyboard when I switch languages the spell checker knows to switch dictionaries. With SK the dictionary doesn't change and hence the red underlines. For me personally this is a deal breaker. I really like SK but not willing to give up spell checking.

    Any chance for a different solution without turning off the spell checker?

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    Mohamed Eltawahy

    Thank you very much alpert you really helped me❤️❤️❤️

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    Tom Shpigelman

    Similar to the above (Google speller works, with the google keboard active, yet marks as read when using SwitfKey),
    The odd thing is that SwiftKey works fine on Galaxy S9 (Android 9) but doesn't on Pixel 3a (Andorid 10) - so it depends on your Android phone and possibly your version (10 isn't yet available for S9, and i didn't have Pixel before 10).

    Very annoying since SwiftKey is my preferred keyboard :-\

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    Stephen Abdallah

    This solution doesn't a work for me. Any one else having this problem?

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