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    Yes I have the same issue....

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    I have the same issue and it's really annoying...
    Can anyone help?

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    Me too. I have English and Italian and it only gives 3 predictions in both languages. that means 1 in one language and 2 in another. hopeless

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    I have the same problem with Farsi keyboard. Best thing you can do is to disable auto correction in SwiftKey:
    Typing - - > typing and auto correct - - > turn off the auto correct

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    Kaloyan Stoyanov

    Hi,
    I have the same issues with French and English. I tweeted @ SwiftKey support, providing an example for autocorrect mixing up the both languages. They answered that's it's normal since the word exists in both dictionaries. When I asked them explicitly if we van have the predictions separated, they never replied back.
    Seems to me that they have no interest of fixing this :/

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    I think another big issue is when the text is automatically converted from Fingilish (i.e. Farsi but using the Latin alphabet) to Farsi. The only way to prevent this from happening is to disable auto-correct, which isn't acceptable as I frequently type in English and make use of this feature, OR to disable Farsi altogether as an available language. The latter isn't ideal either as I then need to enable Farsi every time I wish to use it. 

    The solution in my mind would be to have three available keyboards when both English and Farsi are available as a language;

    • English
    • English/Farsi (currently available)
    • Farsi (currently available) 

    In the first keyboard, the Finglish text should NOT be converted to Farsi under any circumstance. I'd be happy to explain my thinking in more depth if anyone from the SwiftKey product team actually reads these comments. 

    I'm disappointed that no one from the SwiftKey support team has responded to this thread for 5 months let alone add it to their product road map. As a result, I am going to stop using this product and switch to another keyboard. 

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    Nepoc

    This is a very irritating issue! I added French and even changed the keyboard type to try and keep English predictions separated but it always predicts French! Works fine with Japanese, the predictions are always separate but any other language gets blend with English! Fix this please!

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    Yes,this very annoying Folks.
    But the truth of is that they don't care. So what I decided was to dump the product...and guess what it was the best thing I did. I am way more relaxed and I found bunch of other keyboard apps that do the same thing with less frustration. I also started leaving 2 and 3 star rating for the product...I think if more people do this they get the message...

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