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    Deniz K

    Hi Kevin, thank you for your feedback. This is the current behaviour yes and there is no feature to disable this at this moment however you can submit a feature request via  https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/requests/new for future evaluation.

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    Racer 159

    This is definitely something you should add a way to disable. The assumption that punctuation !?. is always at the end of a word and not at the beginning is proved wrong more often than you think. I submitted a support request for this as well.

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    Aaron Smith

    Guys, you need to take this post seriously. You are owned by Microsoft and I can't type .NET without ridiculous cursor maneuvers. It's one thing to correct it once, but then if I try to fix it you continue to correct it over and over and over. In every other scenario where I back space on an auto-correction it recognizes and then offers what you originally typed on the suggestion bar.

    Is engineering and mathematics not a valid use case to accomodate?

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    Permanently deleted user

    Hi there,

    We would like to inform you that, Microsoft SwiftKey has 'Smart Punctuation' feature, which helps you enable/disable the auto space after punctuation.  The 'Smart Punctuation' is our new feature we recently launched in SwiftKey Beta app and it is still under testing. If you would like to start trying this feature, please install the SwiftKey Beta app from the Google Play Store and try it out, and we would like to hear how you like it.
    (SwiftKey Beta app> Tap 'Typing'> scroll down "Smart Punctuation")
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchtype.swiftkey.beta&hl=en_US&gl=US

    Thank you!

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    Wes Starr

    The only problem now is that with the setting disabled swipe input will now put a space before punctuation even though one is not there when you press a punctuation key.

    It looks something like this . Or , in some cases , this !

    Without using swipe input though it seems to works as expected.

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    Permanently deleted user

    Hello Wes Starr, This is the current behavior when we use flow typing or select a word from prediction bar. We will forward your feedback to our teams so that we can keep it in mind as we continue to improve Microsoft SwiftKey. Thank you!

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