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    Alpert

    Can you share us a video clip about this problem?

    Thanks

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    I have the same problem. Erlier you could see the name of the language you are using on the spacebar an just swipe left or right to switch language. This missing feature is not good because it gives to meny false predictions when the system doesn't understand witch language you are writing in.

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    Ryan P

    If there is no option to swipe the space bar, it means the two languages are using the same layout. 

    Go into SK Settings > language > check to see if the languages have different layouts. 

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    Ok, that solved the problem with the missing language name on spacebar. The predictions is still in both languages. If you are writing in Swedish, you don't want two of the predictions in English. The predictions ought to follow the language you are writing in.
    In my case using the Swedish layout should give Swedish predictions.

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    Ryan P

    That is not how SwiftKey works at this time. One of the points of SwiftKey is you don't have to take any "Action" to switch languages. Once you start writing in one language, the predictions should update to that language. So even though the prediction bar has two english words, etc, the more you start typing in one language, they predictions should follow. 

    Switching the layout to a specific language should help a little bit in regards to showing predictions in that language. 

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