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    hojjat abdollahi, of course I have added the second language (that is what caused the problem in the first place) and yet I do not see the option you mention.

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    Any news on this topic for iOS. I'm now using Swype as a backup, but it is not supported anymore.

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    Adding myself to the list of people who don't see the option. I tried both the beta 7.2.1.17 & the production version 7.1.9.24 & the option is still not there as far as I can find.

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    Mine is 7.1.9.24.

    I'm running it on Android 9.

    It's the latest update through Google Play.

    And I have the option to turn the freaking feature off. So, stop down voting me!! I'm not lying I swear!! Here is the screenshot!!!!!



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    I have the same problem. I write English and German and in fact this entire sentence was swiped/predicted while my keyboard was set to German. When the keyboard is set to one language it should not predict in a different installed language. Neither the current normal or beta versions have a Transliteration option. (updated just now)

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    Michael

    Is there no way to disable multiple language predictions?
    This is the single most anoing feature

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    Prashant Choudhary

    I see there can be an easy fix. Just provide a dedicated English language option apart from the multilingual one. So that we can switch between based on context. I remember Windows phone had it. It solves a lot of unwanted transliteration.
    So when I need transliteration, I will swipe space ar to select multi lingual. When I don't need I will swipe to English. Don't why only for English dedicated option is not available for other languages it is there. This forced transliteration causes embarrassments. In India not everyone uses हिन्दी. For that reason I had to stop transliteration completwly

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    Odd Martin

    Any news/updates? I write English and Norwegian half and half, and having English predictions while writing Norwegian and vice versa, is a major drawback. Is there no plans to correct this?

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    I have four languages on my phone: Ukrainian, Russian, English, Spanish. Prediction (transliteration) is a mess, especially when using swipe. Do not see the option "Disable Transliteration" in regular (7.3.6.19) and beta (7.3.7.18) versions on Android 9. I've been using Swift Keyboard for more than 4 years. It's time to say good bye. Unfortunately :(

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    Wouter

    So, despite the option to disable transliteration having apparently appeared in beta for some, it's still not in production, or not in production anymore.

     

    Swiftkey keeps misguessing my language, causing faulty suggestions and autocorrection. Please make this optional, this is horrible! I don't mind having to push a settings button somewhere to switch to another language.

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    Valery Trubnikov

    Same problem here with English and Vietnamese, even if autocorrection is off. Please allow users to switch it off! You are destroying good reputation which you acquired over the years.

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    Finn Røsland

    I have the same problem. It's very annoying.

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    Matt B

    Yes pleasee Swiftkey add an option to Disable the Multi Language Predictions!! It's so annoying..

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