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Swiftkey and the dock

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By n8w, Senior Member on 10th February 2013, 04:54 PM
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I have searched high and low between the swiftkey settings and the dock settings, and cannot find a way to disable the suggestion bar when I am docked. I'm aware of the ability to disable autocorrect, but I would rather have the screen space. Do I have to just use the work around of selecting a different keyboard when I'm doing word processing?

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10th February 2013, 10:26 PM |#2  
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There is an app on the market called keyboard manager. You set it to switch silently to the Asus keyboard whilst docked then back to swift key when not
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awesome.
23rd February 2013, 05:55 PM |#4  
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Re: Swiftkey and the dock
+1 for awesome!
Even works with 3 keyboards:
docked - Asus keyboard,
undocked landscape - SwiftKey,
undocked portrait: 7 Notes for handwriting with stylus

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Re: Swiftkey and the dock
Great!! I had the same problem.

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I'm already using Tasker which doesn't support changing input methods and I really didn't want to add yet another context-aware app. I was also already using Secure Settings to enable expanded desktop when docked from Tasker (using the "Keyboard Out" context). Turns out if you enable the "Helper" in Secure Settings you can set the input method (I chose the plain Android AOSP keyboard) in any of your contexts!
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