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    Matt Farrington Smith

    Hi there, 
    The spell-check popup referred to here is not a feature of your SwiftKey Keyboard. It is Android functionality and can be controlled from your device settings. SwiftKey will only offer predictions in the prediction bar.

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    Brandon O'Berry

    Currently, turning off the prediction bar is not possible.

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    Zvonimir Mamic

    Is it possible to disable only add to dictionary pop window? BC it is so irritating..

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    Michel Angelo

    I'm also wondering this, if I missed a letter in the middle of a word, the word gets a red underline, if I tap the word trying to place the cursor where the letter is missing I get instead that irritating "add to dictionary" pop-up. I don't want to add to the dictionary, I want to fix the misspelled word but that is not an option. The only way to correct the word without the annoying pop-up is to completely delete it and type it from scratch

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    Zvonimir Mamic

    Well,  I gave up on SK because this is unfortunately impossible to turn of...

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    Najdos

    I have the same annoying problem. In addition, suggested words in pop-up window (if they are) are almost always inaccurate, and suggested words on prediction bar are accurate, but prediction bar is hidden by pop-up window. 

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    Tristan Stanic

    The "feature" is probably a bug that no one know how to fix. Go to playstore and give Switfkey the lowest rating. Then switch to another keyboard.

    Done! switched to GBoard and uninstalled Swiftkey. Byebye Swiftkey, this was the only KB I used since forever. But now enough is enough. I cannot stand that "add to dictionary" popup.

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    James Michael Thaxton, CSTFA

    I too have used SwiftKey keyboard "forever". I downloaded this application the first time it released, and immediately thought, "Oh shit! This virtual keyboard is a game changer!"

    Please, don't get me wrong after saying this, but I think it's time for the development team to "CIRCLE Back", and reinvigorate the passion I witnessed, (an oddly slow day during medical school, 2013'ish, which a video I found at random); features a gentleman who says, "I created SwiftKey...", continued to talk about... (I'm approximating at this point), "lack of ingenuity" and "stylized, intuitively smart, gets to know the user's grammar...",etc.
    Well, my heart was melting with joy, I can reassuringly tell you that. I remember feeling sold, enthusiastic, and in love with some coding stuff that made no sense to me AT ALL, yet more than likely neither did medicine or surgical intervention...to him. Nonetheless, we were on our way to great success and while I live in another state (no doubt) that passionate young man, from that random video, it turns out saved my life before I could his; in kind of a twist 🔀 I would save his NOW, should he be so uncomfortable.

    Long story, and disconnected from the reality of everyone else, who was not in my shoes. Yet I HOPE...you get my point.

    My point was to have some gravitas and serious focus before I mentioned the problem at hand, and unfortunately...after reading several comments posted by, to be blunt, some angry fucking folks - passionate followers and true lovers of this keyboard.
    My gosh, before SwiftKey, the stock typing applications were as plain and basic as possible. The App stores had shit for a market that had yet to be seen. You get what I mean.

    Here is the troublesome stuff. I have PERSONALLY experienced the problematic subjectivity of other folks who have chimed in as of late. There is obviously a pandemonium of people who expect to see some good news, some changes to come; because if you guys [SwiftKey] don't want to respond or take the "matters" at hand, a little more serious...than were going to see more people jumping this Titanic.
    I too have pondered the idea. If not for the problems we are plaged to suffer, albeit in some peoples eyes, I'm insane for wanting to hold on to the MOST UTILIZED APPLICATION, (as far as I can see it) on my phone and in my daily life, as long as it comes to my attention that "Hey, I need to email, Google something, type up some dictated stuff on the fly, do taxes,.... SHOWTIME". TELL ME I'M WRONG, and I will laugh.
    Well, I was going to preach the gospel of broken bones and miscode in phones, but it's already there.
    Instead I'm going to end this with my passion for SwiftKey, my pleasure to utilize it, my gratitude for the gratis (free of charge) and for not jumping into the depths of the freezing Atlantic, where Jack and Rose slowly began to let go.
    Only takes one person to change the life of another. - - - - "JAAAACK, I'll never..... Let......" hypothermia - organ failure - eventually lampreys, crabs, and other bottom feeders are getting a buffet from the God's above - a portable Golden Corral that will nourish more nasty creatures to life than the ones above sea level.

    Oh the horrible images going through my head at the moment.

    Deat SwiftKey, please find me at your reserved table for two, at the restaurant of your choice (hauté cuisiné, wink 😉).

    Otherwise, I honestly do know some people. I like a particular service that they provide, and for those reasons and others, I might have to...."let go Rose", and utilize their, ironically enough and similarly familiar looking, keyboard app.
    I pay for their services in other, "GREEN" ways. I hope I've been grammatically correct this whole time. Possibly, I would know - as it were.

    Good luck.
    Dr JT

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    Tristan Stanic

    > The spell-check popup referred to here is not a feature of your SwiftKey Keyboard.

    Is it so?  Thanks.

    After searching the web, It seems we can disable this by Android Settings > Language Input > Advanced > Spell checker. Then disable it.

    I re-installed Swiftkey and the "add to dictionary" popup is gone.

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    Zvonimir Mamic

    Same here.... 

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    Danial Shafiee

    I had the same problem
    After i updated my android software
    On OnePlus 7t pro

    I did what 'Tristan Stanic' said
    And it worked
    Now i can use without the error
    Neither, Add to dictionary or delete
    Nor the red line below the words

    I wemt to settings/system/language and input /advanced /spell checker /use spell checker /turn it off

    Now m free to use
    swift key
    the best Android and ios keyboard
    so far
    Danial

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