Blank space before exclamation mark in KoreanAnswered
I have three languages installed, French and English on one keyboard layout (AZERTY) and Korean on its own keyboard layout. Recently I had to reinstall SwiftKey because after an update the emoji page was crashing. Since then, when I type some Korean words such as 안녕, SwiftKey automatically adds a blank space if I add an exclamation or interrogation mark, just like it would in French (only for some words): "안녕 !" instead of "안녕!". It turns out that if I disable French, this does not happen. What puzzles me is, for this to happen when I type English words makes sense to me as English and French share the same layout, but why does French interfere where I'm typing Korean words made of Korean characters with the Korean layout? Is there a way to fix this, even if I have to do it for each individual word? I'm using SwiftKey 22.214.171.124 on Android 11 (Google Pixel 4a 5G).