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    Alpert

    Hello,

    SwiftKey learns every typing habit from user, including words and numbers. This is a feature, not a bug. For example, NBA 2K (game name), Yonex Nanospeed 9900 (product reference), 1080P (technical term), 23 St.Louis road (address), etc.

    I am also confused: which calculator app would use keyboard as the input method? Isn't all calculator app equipped their own number pad or some sort of input panel?

    Another suggestion, if you don't want to see the number suggestion, you can long-press and remove it from suggestion bar.

     

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    Not all calculators. E.g. Mobi Calculator (https://market.android.com/details?id=my.android.calc) uses the typing method that is selected by default in settings of phone. Maybe developers should add an option to select the exception list of programs that will not use the keyboard? I beg devs!

    P.s.: Briefly about this app: this is a very multi-functional calculator that preserves the last calculations in memory; there is an almost infinite number of digits are stored on the input field; there is an advanced mode, and almost all the functions of all calculators. It is very convenient.

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    Alpert

    Hi,

    I am a mechanical and design engineer, and I personally use this calculator all the time. And most my friends and co-workers use the same app as well. It is very good.

    As for your concern, I'm afraid there's no immediate solution. But you can submit a request at here.

    Alpert

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