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Swype beta open and works great on shift!

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http://beta.swype.com

I've been using it too, but I did notice that after a reboot or on occasion that it won't swype unless you switch to another keyboard first, type something, and then switch back.
 
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http://beta.swype.com

I've been using it too, but I did notice that after a reboot or on occasion that it won't swype unless you switch to another keyboard first, type something, and then switch back.
Same thing here. But, it's working 98% of the time. I have been using it as my main soft keyboard and it's been solid enough to keep going.
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http://beta.swype.com

I've been using it too, but I did notice that after a reboot or on occasion that it won't swype unless you switch to another keyboard first, type something, and then switch back.
Had the same problem, not sure what causes it.

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All you need to do is uncheck swype, press home, go back to keyboard settings and enable swype. Then it works. No need to type with another keyboard.
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All you need to do is uncheck swype, press home, go back to keyboard settings and enable swype. Then it works. No need to type with another keyboard.
Both methods appear to work. Pick your poison!
 
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All you need to do is uncheck swype, press home, go back to keyboard settings and enable swype. Then it works. No need to type with another keyboard.
Slightly quicker: In text box just change input method to any other keyboard then change right back to Swype. Don't have to leave the text box.
 
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Slightly quicker: In text box just change input method to any other keyboard then change right back to Swype. Don't have to leave the text box.
Very nice. Thanks.
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The full version of Swype works perfect and better than the beta. It can be found for free if you know where to look
 
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The full version of Swype works perfect and better than the beta. It can be found for free if you know where to look
There is no full version yet. Check the swype website.
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