Show row with numbers on the letters layer.
this will either make your other keys smaller or the whole keyboard a lot bigger...neither of it makes much sense...get used to the secound page. this is just a habit which takes some time to change, as you need to adapt to the new layout... few days and you're used to it
I think giving the option would be a good idea. Maybe in pro version?Making the keyboard bigger altogether would not be a problem on many phones these days:Screens get bigger and bigger, especially vertically with new crazy aspect ratios. Many have enough space for the row of numbers.Constantly switching to number pad is tedious when you type a password for example which can have alternating numbers and letters.Since it would be an option, it would harm nobody.
I also would prefer not having to switch to type a number. I think it could work the way it already does for : or 'The numbers could be displayed in grey and typed by a longer press on the corresponding key. Therefore it also does not make the keyboard bigger - but the typing faster.
I really want this. I don't want to go to another page just to type a number.
I agree with Fabian. There are ways to make this unintrusive. Swiping down on keys to get numbers (of course then, disabling the "swipe down to undo auto-correct", which could be retained on the space-key --> there shall be a suggestion for this soon™) is one option.
"Options." (suggested by Tian on 2020-04-10), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Okay hear me out! Long press the top row buttons to yield a specefic number!
Argent please 🙏
just add the numbers to the existing characters, to be activated if pressed longer than a second, like in my Lineage keyboard. Simple, he?
In my opinion the empty space on the side could also be used. Be it for numbers or sth else,but i really think clicking on the second page for numbers is an inconvenience
I really like how apple integrated the number row. You swipe down on the top row to add a number. It's much faster than long pressing and doesn't interrupt the writing flow.
The solution suggestion of Jo sounds very practical, "I really like how apple integrated the number row. You swipe down on the top row to add a number. It's much faster than long pressing and doesn't interrupt the writing flow."I'm as well very used to the number row, but having the numbers directly accessible through a 2nd function of a button would suit as well. What i really do not like is having a button to switch to a 2nd board, maybe the keyboard can be devided in multiple parts with different gesture actions?Upper middle and a lower section.A swipe from left to right in the upper section switches to the number board, with the opposite you return to normal. With a swipe from right to left you get to the special chars, the numbers could be removed and only special chars are displayed. (So less buttons will need to have a double function)Swipe from left to right in the middle section deletes the normal way, whilst in the other way it deletes everything in front of the cursor.
2nd part:A swipe from right to left in the lower section makes for e.g. capslock to stay on, and the opposite way turns it off againYou did not implement a clipboard function yet but with a swipe from right to left you could open the clipboard.This are only suggestions and i think those swipe actions should be customizable by the user.Thank you for considering my suggestion
I agree as well. This is Android. If i wanted to switch to a different page for numbers Id buy Crapple.
IMO Google keyboard has the best number solution (swipe up from top row), however that's how you do capitals in Typewise... maybe just a tiny thing above the top row that you swipe up from to reveal the numbers instead?
I agree too
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