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    Alpert

    The blank area is added by OnePlus, not SwiftKey.

    I invite you to post in OnePlus forum.

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    Joey

    Hello, I have found this same problem on a OnePlus 6, immediately after changing from Android 9 to 10.

    There is a blank space at the bottom of the screen, as shown by the original poster above.
    I haven't changed any settings, the problem occurs both with Andro 10 stock gesture support and OnePlus ' original gesture support.
    The blank space is actually smaller than what is used for the navigation keys when I change to that.

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    AzJazz

    Oh, yeah - If I remember right, the SwiftKey keyboard did go down to the bottom of my display when I was running Android 9 on the OnePlus 7 Pro.

    So, this is likely to be an Android 10 related issue.

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    Mas Ter

    Same issue here. On 9 it was fine. Just updated to 10 and it is really annoying. Keep trying to search stuff and bam, all text is gone. 😩

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    Mobile App User

    Hey. Same issue here. I also have blank space on every app with SwiftKey. Please fix this!

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    Bill Wynne

    I have a little problem but don't know how to use thesr forums. Im sn old msn ina rest home. Using swiftkey. Inmy android LG rebel 3. Texy heys scrambled in messages and email both. Cursor will disappear and ill fond it way up in the text window. Noy noticed until text goes out. Also turned off autocorrect but it still tears its ugly little head. I am new to all this, but help. Please email solution as i don't know if I can fond yhis place again.
    Thanks,
    Bill.
    billwynne48@gmail.com

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    AzJazz

    Alpert - You are correct ... I selected the GBoard keyboard, and it shows the same gap.

    Sorry about pointing the finger in the wrong direction! I will start posting on OnePlus. I suspect I will see other posts on this topic there.

    Cheers,

    AzJazz

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    Alpert

    AzJazz:

    Thanks for your confirmation.

    It's okay, there's no fault of asking questions when we see problems. Feel free to do so!

    Some extra info: actually the blank area is a feature, intentionally designed like this, to hold the phone while typing more ergonomically by shifting keyboard upwards a bit, so the center of gravity of your phone is always in your hand. It's very common for full display devices: you can see the same design on various devices, including Google Pixel (2 and later than 2), iPhone (X and later than X), and etc.

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    AzJazz

    Update: I found a solution on the OnePlus Forums, but it may not be usable for everybody.

    You need a rooted phone. If you don't know what "rooted" is, I'm sorry - I won't be able to explain it to you.

    With your rooted OnePlus phone, you will need to install a Terminal Emulator application. There are lots of options out there.

    1. Open up a Terminal Emulator command window.
    2. Type: su (If you are prompted for root access, enable it)
    3. Type: wm overscan 0,0,0,-100

    Done! The SwiftKey keyboard is now located again at the bottom of your screen.

    Cheers!

    AzJazz

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    Alpert

    Cool.

    Just for info, here's a non-root method but you need to install this app [FNG] and type some adb command (which is explained in the app description) to hide the system nav bar and use FNG to navigate.

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