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    I am having the exact same problem. I write in English and French and have both keyboards enabled, however I receive predictions from both language no matter which keyboard I currently have active.

    Is there a way to restrict predictions only to the language of the current keyboard, so I will only receive English predictions on the English keyboard and French predictions on the French keyboard?

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    I hope the developers do something about this--it's more of an annoyance than anything because this coupled with sliding, prediction is even more way off.

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    I have the same problem about multi languages prediction in en/fa. It's horribly annoying and I couldn't find a solution, can anyone help?

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    Someone really needs to answer this... it's a huge pain/inconvenience.

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    Same problem here. I use 3 languages.
    And I paid for a keyboard that DOES NOT WORK

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    Same problem here. What have developers thought about? If I want to get suggestions for a language, I'll simply select that language.

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    Same here. This is horrible. Even i decided to go for Google keyboard while ago and today jut check back to see the problem solved or not. I couldn't believe it is still the same. Google keyboard it is. 

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    If we keep writing here. We might become visible to developers...

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    Yes, we need to get noticed. This is absurd. Very inconvenient to write without such a simple option.

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    Kaloyan Stoyanov

    Hi,
    I have the same issues with French and English. I tweeted @ SwiftKey support, providing an example for autocorrect mixing up the both languages. They answered that's it's normal since the word exists in both dictionaries. When I asked them explicitly if we van have the predictions separated, they never replied back.
    Seems to me that they have no interest of fixing this :/

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    That's terrible! We need to keep asking for the feature. It's NOT hard to implement, code-wise, it's just a switch of code where instead of sharing dictionaries, there's a button to activate the reading of only the one that's being used. I don't know how they can not care about their community--they depend on us and treat us like sh*t.

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    Lee Nelson

    I use six languages fairly commonly. 4 of them (Norwegian Bokmål, English, French and Spanish) use the Latin alphabet, while the other two (Ukrainian and Russian) use the Cyrillic alphabet. When I am using either language in Cyrillic I get predictions from both languages. When I am writing in one of the Latin-alphabet languages, I get predictions from all four. I often get predictions from three different languages, none of which are the language I'm actually typing in.

    I would hope they could make at least make a minor tweak to their prediction algorithm to make sure that at least one or two of the predictions are from the same language as the previous word.

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    Jamil Dybwad

    Amazingly stupid and useless. Changing back to the alternative after 30 min. 

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