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    Alpert

    Hi,

    Thanks for the report.

    I don't speak German, can you explain more, please? Such as: "wärst" and "warst", which one is the correct way? Same question for the rest examples you gave. 

    Besides, have you tried to force SwiftKey to learn how you type? Which means, instead of tapping "a" key, you can long-press to get "ä" letter. If you try this a few more time, SwiftKey should learn it. But as currently you've already typed several times "warst", it'll need some time for SwiftKey to learn the way you want.

    Keep us updated!

    Alpert

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    Hey,

    the problem is better described in the following way:

    For example I want to send the following statement: "Ich konnte das nicht"

    Now I type "Ich kpnnte" and after I typed the last "e" I could get the following suggestions: "konnte" (a correct word), "kpnnte" (the string I typed but is obviously not a word), "konnte das" (correct words but not what I want).

    In this case I would have preferred to have both "konnte" AND "könnte" as suggestions instead of one of these + another word as one single suggestion.

    For a brief explanation:

    "Ich konnte das nicht" = I could not do that
    "Ich könnte das nicht" = The subjunctive form and more like "I wouldn't be able to do that"

    I have also typed "wärst" several times, so sometimes it works, sometimes it does not.

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