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    Alpert

    Hello,

    Thanks for reporting the issue. I'll share with our mod team.

    Alpert

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    Subliminal5oh2

    Hey Hctorrence,
    I am currently typing this on SwiftKey through Safari. Thus far I have been completely unable to reproduce this bug. I am running SwiftKey Beta 2.0.1 on iOS 10.3.2.
    What specific sites are you having issues on? Every word typed here so far has been selecting offered predictions and as you can see no problems. Software version and SwiftKey version is important to us as it helps the development team narrow down and track issues. In this case sites and experiences would help greatly.

    Device - iPhone 7 Plus

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    Thanks for the prompt response in thinking about it, I would say that it is only Facebook, I have not noticed the issue with other sites. And no other applications. Gmail, Hotmail, hangouts, etc. All work fine. So I would say that the issue is confined to safari and Facebook (not the Facebook app, but accessing it via safari)

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    I have been experiencing the same issue using the Google Docs app. It often also combines words, removing the space before a word, or even rewrites whole words entirely with unintended phrases (even with autocorrect disabled). 

    I will try to get more specific repro steps (gotta put that QA experience to work somehow!), but right now my sense is that this happens after moving the cursor around to edit something earlier.

    (In fact, one of these errors happened as I wrote this comment – went back after end of paragraph to fix a typo of "edit," and it deleted the space before the word, combining it with the previous word.)

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    I was just able to reproduce one of the above described errors like so:

    1. Wrote paragraph shown in screenshot 
    2. Moved cursor to middle of paragraph to edit (added a letter to a word, wrote in some extra words, deleted so it looked the same as I left it)
    3. Moved cursor back to end of paragraph to find strange autocorrect suggestion (with autocorrect enabled)
    4. Hit space bar to see earlier words replaced with strange text as shown in second screenshot 
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    Jason's experience with google docs mirrors what I experience in Facebook pretty closely. The more I think about how and when it occurs. 

     

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    I can confirm that I have the same bug. If I move the cursor to fix a word, it makes very strange things. It does not really detect that there was a word that I deleted characters from. Starts with big letter. Or changes the words to be something totally different. Quite annoying.

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