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  • GaryM
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    Can't believe that I've only just discovered the on-screen keyboard on my Chromebook. Thanks again, Ellie. Computing and technology are supposed to be my specialist subject. Doh!

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  • GaryM
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    Originally posted by Ellie View Post
    GaryM Have you checked in Chromebook's ease of access to see if there is an Enable Next Word Prediciton? I know it does Swipe Typing - is that of any use?
    Ooh, I'll check it out Ellie. Thanks

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  • Ellie
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    GaryM Have you checked in Chromebook's ease of access to see if there is an Enable Next Word Prediciton? I know it does Swipe Typing - is that of any use?

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  • GaryM
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    I've begun using my phone more than my Chromebook for email or posts because it suggests words. I have auto-correct turned off, but suggestions turned on so I can choose a suggestion but it doesn't change what I've already typed. Voice input worked very well until I started to lose my speech.

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  • Ellie
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    Graham You're tech savvy - can't you get the onscreen keyboard to work on a web form/text box?

    I asked a similar question to Smartbox Grid 3 users recently as a person I know of couldn't seem to find a predictive text keyboard to type on any web page with eye gaze. I don't share your opinoin that the onus is on the MNDA/vBulletin to provide such a facility, given they exist, but do agree they should work on every website where typing is required.

    My Windows 10 predictive (onscreen) keyboard works with eye gaze in every website I use.

    Hope you find a solution - I'm sure you know you can copy and paste from Word, if nothing else.

    Love Ellie.

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  • Guy
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    I use the on screen keyboard on my computer or ipad - I'm using it now. This has good predictive text (words not phrases)

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  • Shaun
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    Predictive text works from my apple devices

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  • denise
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    I can't believe predictive text isn't part of the whole set up.

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  • denise
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    I've got predictive text on here if I use my phone. It's a great help but sometimes it does it's own thing and it can be quite embarrassing 🤤

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  • Graham
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    Need of Predictive Text for this Forum

    Phew... I'm tired.
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