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    Matt Farrington Smith

    Hey guys, some good news :)

    We will be releasing a Beta on 14 Mar which will enable you to resize your SwiftKey Keyboard just the way you want. Please feel free to download the update and let us know how you get on in the comments below.

    Thank you for your patience once again.

    Kind regards,
    Matt

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    Alpert

    Hi,

    Thanks for the report.

    Can you tell me the SwiftKey version and your device model?

     

    Alpert

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    Permanently deleted user

    Hi,

    I use a OnePlus 5 and SwiftKey Beta 7.0.4.19.
    And I also redownloaded the last version of SwiftKey (not beta) to test it, and had the exact same problem.

    Thanks,

    Thomas

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    Permanently Deleted User

    I guess I don't understand the problem. First, you've got the "test the keyboard here" thing open on top of the options bar that isn't permanent and can be closed. Remove both of those extras and the keyboard is actually all visible and still the same size, but appears to be smaller since you see all of the screen now. The only difference is that it's just not stacked with the extra 2 taskbar type bars across the top of the keyboard.

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    Same here, since i got the security update on my Nokia 6.1 yesterday. The smallest possible size is still too big and takes up half the screen.

    Oreo 8.1, march security patch level.

    SwiftKey 7.0.4.20

    SwiftKey is not usable like this anymore!

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    Permanently Deleted User

    Same here on my Galaxy S9 plus.  The smallest keyboard size on my Galaxy 6.2" screen is still bigger than the largest keyboard size on my 5" Xperia screen!  Very frustrating as I can type faster on smaller keyboards that require less thumb travel.

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    Vaibhav Jha

    Same here, with one plus 5

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    Obryan Poyser

    Same issue with a Nokia 6.1 plus, after Android Pie update.

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    petros osmantsikidis

    This also happens at Xiaomi Mi A2 after Pie update.. Smallest size takes up 50% percent of the screen, and medium close to 75%!
    Worked fine while @oreo
    Phone is clean, new swiftkey installation. Problem exists at both beta and stable versions

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    Google

    Same problem Xiaomi Mi A2, Android Pie, SwiftKey version 7.1.8.29

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    Sadie Friday

    Same issue on my Moto x4, Android 9.0 Pie update, Swiftkey version 7.1.9.24. Smallest size takes up 2/3 of the screen

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    Jarom Nelson

    Same issue when my Moto X4 updated to Android Pie.

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    Jarom Nelson

    Interesting change: When I switched to Compact layout, it at first was the same size, but then when I try to change the size again, the size is selected as Medium, and when I switch to smallest, it's about the size as I would expect for the full size keyboard when small or medium. When I switch to Full and Smallest, it goes back to taking up 2/3rds of the screen.

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    Mario Dominguez

    Same problem. Motorola x4, Android v 9 PPW29.69-26, SwiftKey v 7.1.9.24 date: 5 dic 2018 

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    Jesse Goebel

    I am experiencing the same issue after upgrading to Android Pie on my Moto X4. Keyboard takes up over half the screen on smallest setting, completely unusable. Have to use Gboard until this is fixed.

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    spike

    Same for me immediately after update to Pie 9.0, on a Moto X4. swift v 7.1.9.24.

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    Joost Bijl

    For me, it works fine now on Oneplus5 with Open Beta 22 (pie)

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    Bernat Pedrol Vozmediano

    Same issue. After updating Mi A2 to android pie the smallest size is too big. I'll drop it if the problem isn't solved.

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    Johnny Gregorio

    Same issue with xiaomi Mi A2, a few days after updating to Android pie.

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    Johnny Gregorio

    SwiftKey too big on beta and stable version

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    Joshua Huffman

    Same problem on my Moto X4 after update to android pie

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    Jesse Goebel

    Deleting the app, reinstalling, and restarting the phone fixed this problem for me on my moto x4 with Android Pie.

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    Kallisklusener

    Uninstalling the app, reinstalling, and restarting the phone fixed this problem for me on my moto x4 with Android Pie

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    Tobias Schlitt

    Same issue on Nokia 8 Scirocco after Update to Android Pie with SwiftKey 7.1.9.24. Re-install and restart did not solve the problem.

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    spike

    Jesse's fix worked on Moto X4, delete app, restart, reinstall.

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    Angie Maciel

    Jesse's fix also worked on my Moto X4 after the latest security update. Thanks!

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    Shi Qiu

    Lol and I'm here because I find the keyboard still too small while at the max size...

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    Johan Jaimes

    And now this is happening on my Xiaomi MI A2. Smaller size takes 50% of screen. Everything was fine until today. SwiftKey 7.2.4.22 and Android 9. Change to Gboard and size is OK but I prefer SwiftKey with the size of Gboard.

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    Steven Crader

    What is the status of this? Even set to the smallest size, the keyboard is still to big on the Galaxy S10+

     

    Edit: it seems to work ok when the screen resolution is set to FHD+ (2280 x 1080) but it is too large when configured for WQHD+ (2960 x 1440)

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    Johan Jaimes

    In my case was enough turning on and off the cellphone to fix the problem.

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