Device: Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
OS: Android 10 (Latest update)
SwiftKey: Latest update
Physical Keyboard: Logitech K850
There is an issue when typing keyboard on the smartphone using bluetooth keyboard.
In Korean keyboard, we use Shift key to enter 'Double consonant'.
QWERTY keyboard 'W' represents Korean consonant 'ㅈ'.
Then Shift+W enters 'ㅉ'.
QWERTY 'J' represents Korean vowel 'ㅓ', but Shift+J still should be 'ㅓ'
because there is nothing like 'double vowel.'
In Swiftkey with Korean input, Shift + J('ㅓ') temporarily changes to English input mode and enters English capital 'J' which I didn't want to.
I hope you could correct this error so that Shift + (Korean vowel) still enters (Korean vowel) instead of English capital letter.
In Korean input method, Shift + (Vowel) means nothing but just typing (Vowel),
but it is very easy to mistakenly enter Shift + (Vowel)