There is no options to use the swiss french dictionnary (qwertz)...
French (swiss) or Swiss (french) Keyboard would be appreciated. :-) Thanks for this great app :-)
Please add the Swiss keyboard ! Quertz one ! Easy to do because it's like the german one but with the french correction
It will be great to have "Français (CH)" in the list of languages. In Switzerland, we use QWERTZ layout.
When french speaking swiss beginners install Swiftkey X, they have to choose "Français (FR)" which comes with Azerty layout. Most of them don't know how to change the layout then.
Maybe you could use French FR package (dictionary...) and bind it to Qwertz layout.
Thanks for this suggestion. We don’t have any immediate plans to add Swiss French but we will keep it in mind.
still no swiss french dictionnary.. what a pity!
Most apps offer French-Swiss or German-Swiss qwertz. The French keyboard is too much different. Presently I use the English qwerty in French far more familiar since there is only one letter which is different (y/z) than French azerty. The dictionary works pretty well
Please when do you plan to add Swiss french keyboard?
It is particularly important for the Asus transformer prime docking station. Thanks in advance.
J'utilise le clavier français ch sur mon téléphone portable mais je ne trouve pas ce pack linguistique pour tablette
For me, the french dictionnary is good enough.
I will find more useful to have an option "Français (CH)" binded with QWERTZ layout in the list of languages available.
When I reinstall Swiftkey (very often because I test custom roms), I always had to go into settings to change the layout AZERTY to QWERTZ. And as Flo said, beginners don't really know how to change the layout.
Pnoire (swiss citizen)
need only qwertz keyboard with french dictionnary
should be quick and easy to do it ,both of them exist
beacause azerty keyboard is very bad
but they are some different words! like: "natel, panosse, galta, Foehn, souper,... " and I guess you should have also different expressions with the "auto complete" function.
Think about beginners how they don't really know you can change the keyboard layout.
But sure... it's not a big taff to do.
Useless, Swiss French can use French dictionnary with QWERTZ layout to do the trick. There is no Swiss French dictionnary in the world :D We use french one.
Post from a Swiss French citizen.
You can choice a personal keyboard "QWERTZ" in the options... But off course you still don't have the dictionary...