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    Brandon O'Berry

    Thanks for the suggestion, Dovidas. I'll ask around and see if it's possible to convert the number row into a custom characters row for Lithuanian, or even add an additional row. In the mean time, there is a "QWERTY (Lithuanian)" layout that provides easy access to these characters by long-pressing the respectable A, C, E, I, S, U, and Z keys.

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    Hi Brandon, thank you for your response. As I said - I tried using another layout, but because I got so used to this standard layout, it became somewhat intuitive. Besides I use this layout at my PC both at work and at home.
    P.s. I do not know anyone using other than QWERTY main layout. But it could be just outside my knowledge.

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    justinas kilas

    Any updates on this? I'm looking for the same thing as Dovydas

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    Tomas Misevičius

    Any update?
    I have the same request.
    Lithuanian keyboard standard has symbols ĄČĘĖĮŲŪŽ on the number row for quick access (while numbers can be accessed by long pressing LT letters, because we use LT letters a lot more often than numbers).
    Thanks.

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    justinas kilas

    Not that I know off. 

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    Permanently Deleted User

    I started the similar topic as well:

    https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360006178265

    Please vote my forum message to increase our chances being noticed. Thanks!

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    Ugnius Vy

    Please add this to the Lithuanian, because long pressing takes too long. Huawei Swype did it pretty well, but as I understand it was discontinuend.

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    Monika Maurusaityte

    Agreed, takes to long to write correct message

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    Linut'

    I am absolutely sure I had Lithuanian letters on a top row! But after resetting my phone (needed a fix) I cannot find this feature anymore and I'm frustrated as hell... :( I'm 99% sure I was using SwiftKey keyboard before the reset.

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