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17th March 2014, 07:30 PM   |  #1  
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I truly cannot stand the stock Sammy keyboard I usually use Google keyboard mostly because the auto correction is better. The only problem is the Google keyboard doesn't have the clipboard capability like the Sammy keyboard does. Is there another keyboard with this clipboard setting and aggressive auto correction?

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17th March 2014, 07:31 PM   |  #2  
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Swift key has good auto correction. I don't think it has the clipboard function though.
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26th March 2014, 03:41 PM   |  #4  
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Swype has clipboard function. It's my favorite keyboard. I found that Swiftkey would sometimes lag when swyping which would lead to errors. They have some themes you can use and adjust the height of the keyboard to suit your fingers and size of phone, which is good with the Note 3 since too high can be hard to manage and a big screen.
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Swype has clipboard function. It's my favorite keyboard. I found that Swiftkey would sometimes lag when swyping which would lead to errors. They have some themes you can use and adjust the height of the keyboard to suit your fingers and size of phone, which is good with the Note 3 since too high can be hard to manage and a big screen.

I am looking for the clipboard feature as well. I will give swype a try.
27th March 2014, 12:38 AM   |  #6  
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Swype has clipboard function. It's my favorite keyboard. I found that Swiftkey would sometimes lag when swyping which would lead to errors. They have some themes you can use and adjust the height of the keyboard to suit your fingers and size of phone, which is good with the Note 3 since too high can be hard to manage and a big screen.

When I said clipboard I also ment clipboard history also. The stock Samsung clipboard has literally everything you have ever copied into the clipboard and you pick which one you need. In Swype all I'm finding is a copy and paste option no history, or am I missing something? The first attachment is the Stock Samsung keyboard with the clipboard history and the 2nd is Swype. Thanks for the reply also.
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27th March 2014, 12:44 AM   |  #7  
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Yes, I see what you mean. I thought about that right after I posted my reply. You are correct I think that it doesn't have a history. I will take a look at other keyboard and see if I can find one that does. You're right that it would be useful.

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Yes, I see what you mean. I thought about that right after I posted my reply. You are correct I think that it doesn't have a history. I will take a look at other keyboard and see if I can find one that does. You're right that it would be useful.

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Yeah it kinda reminds me of a cable remote how you can hit the last button if you don't want what you currently have selected. Could you image a remote control without a last button? Pure hell. Why can't these damn remotes have a 3 or 4 last channels also 2 to switch from isn't enough. Ok rant done.

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29th March 2014, 11:06 PM   |  #9  
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Look at Clipper.

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When I said clipboard I also ment clipboard history also. The stock Samsung clipboard has literally everything you have ever copied into the clipboard and you pick which one you need. In Swype all I'm finding is a copy and paste option no history, or am I missing something? The first attachment is the Stock Samsung keyboard with the clipboard history and the 2nd is Swype. Thanks for the reply also.
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I'm curious what the practical benefits of maintaining a long history of your clipboard would be? I'm always on the lookout for the smallest positive adjustments to my daily usage of my mobile device.

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