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    Alpert

    Hello, 

    I am a bit confused which navigation buttons you have problem with? The on-screen  navigation bar by android (back, home, recent apps), or the SwiftKey cursor navigation bar (like this)?

    If it's the android navigation bar, unfortunately there's nothing we can do, you might need to contact Motorola. If it's cursor, you can turn it off in SwiftKey settings.

     

    Happy tying 

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    Hello Alpert. Thanks for the help.
    I mean the on-screen navigation bar by android (back, home, recent apps).
    Every app works fine without this navigation bar, just the keyboard that keeps showing them.

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    I have this exact problem too. It seems SwiftKey keyboard disables immersive mode whilst typing on this phone so the navigation bar appears. It's also disabled it for the default keyboard too...

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    Alpert

    Hello,
    I just went to a phone store to get a hands-on Motorola G5. It seems like you said: it happens for default keyboard as well. Which means to me, it sounds like Motorola made it this way. I'm afraid you need to contact Motorola support for giving them a suggestion.

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    No no... The default behaviour, I agree, is to have the nav bar showing. If, however, you enable 'one button nav' the phone enters 'immersive mode' and the bar disappears. Installing SwiftKey reverses this, and the nav bar shows with the keyboard (any keyboard). I have since uninstalled SwiftKey and it is working as expected, confirming for me that it is a bug in the software or an incompatibility issue with the g5. Either way, it's a SwiftKey software problem.

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    It could be the compatibility problem. But since G5 is a new phone, and the only phone features the immersive mode, we didn't develop it, not yet. You can go to the pinned topic on the top of the forum to submit a request.

    So, does any other keyboard performs the same way as SwiftKey? Pull the keyboard up then the nav bar shows too?

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    Immersive mode is an android feature, not a phone feature.

    https://developer.android.com/training/system-ui/immersive.html

    With SwiftKey installed, no keyboard works in immersive mode. Once uninstalled, gboard returns to immersive mode as expected.

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    If you mean the immersive mode on G5 or in general? I surly know the immersive will be enabled while playing full screen video or games. But with on screen navigation bar, keyboard shows with it. On G5, you can toggle it off, I understand. So it's a new mode to me. The question is still the one above: any other 3rd party keyboard works with the immersive mode on G5 ?
    At the same time, you are welcome to submit a request for it by reading the first pinned topic in the forum.
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    Ok right
    I just installed fleksy and the same happens. My apologies, must be a quirk on this phone.

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    Hi

    I had this issue and I can confirm this has nothing to do with SwiftKey. This is because, if you have multiple keyboards enabled Android gives you a 'Change Keyboard' icon on the right side of the navigation bar. The navigation bar appears because this icon needs to be displayed. There is no way you can disable the 'Change Keyboard' option.

    But there is a workaround. If there is only 1 keyboard available, then there is no point in switching keyboard and 'Change Keyboard' option won't be shown. Go to 'Languages & Input' in android Settings and disable all keyboards (including Gboard and Voice Input) other than SwiftKey (or the one you need). This will remove the navigation bar when the keyboard is visible.

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    I have a new Samsung S8+. After installing SwiftKey, I started to see the navigation buttons under the keyboard. I can believe the "choose keyboard" icon may be forcing the navigation buttons to show, but John's work around doesn't work for me since I can find no way to delete the Samsung keyboard. Hope SwiftKey can correct this or someone has a workaround for the Samsung S8.

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    SOLUTION:

    SwiftKey is actually the solution to this Moto G5 Plus related issue.

    As mentioned before, when one-botton nav is on with this device, the on-screen navigation keys still appear whenever more than one virtual keyboard is installed (and with Gboard, each language counts as a separate keyboard).

    If instead you install SwiftKey and uninstall all other keyboards (including Gboard and voice input), then the issue is resolved and the on-screen navigation keys do not appear anymore. 

    Within SwiftKeys preferences you can then activate multiple languages (these will not count as separte keyboards and thus not activate the on-screen navigation keys).

    If you do this, don't forget to switch off the Google spell checker... otherwise all words in languages other than english will be underlined.

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    Thanks for the solution suggested, but I can confirm that with the S8 it does not work, as you cannot deactivate nor remove the default Samsung keyboard. :( 

     

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    I meet this problem in LG G6 too, either default keyboard and Swift, anyone have solution?

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    Hi Everyone,

    Start by saying Swiftkey is a great app! Been using it for years.

    On my LG G5 and G7 this is still an issue. Every other app allows the home buttons at the bottom to hide and they are all replaced with gesture controls (for me anyway). It doesn't help disabling all other keyboards. 

    Has anyone from Swiftkey got any news on an update for this? See my screen shot 

     

    Thanks!

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