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    Alpert

    Hello,

    The currency symbol does not depend on keyboard language but your phone system language. 

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    Dear Swiftkey developers,

    This issue is quite frustrating for me. Been using beta for a while but there's no solution yet. :(

    I'm in Singapore, Singapore uses UK English but our currency is in $.

     

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    Alpert

    Hi there,

    To insert a currency symbol, all you need to do is to long-press on "x" key then slide to the one you need, or in "123" page, long-press on the "£" key and also slide to the one you need. I'm afraid this is the solution for now because we do not have English (Singapore).

    At the same time, you're welcome to submit a request by following this post.

    Best

    Alpert

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    Ida Einjaw

    This issue still exist after all these years! Please add function to fix a currency symbol permanently or add a language for English (Singapore) thanks!

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    DniaI

    That's not a solution, it's a lack of a solution.

     

    Not every Android handset allows the user to specify a Locale in such a way that SwiftKey will display the appropriate currency symbol.

    So to use that as the basis for the default symbol instead of the language pack the user installs for SwiftKey itself (or at least have an option to override it) is utterly perverse.

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