TextExpander touch 3.0.1 SDK Available

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Greg Scown

Sep 16, 2014, 2:30:02 PM9/16/14
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Dear TextExpander touch SDK Developer:

Thanks again for including TextExpander support in your app.

We've just pushed version 3.0.1 of the SDK to the GitHub repository:

What's new in 3.0.1:
- Fixes potential crash when abbreviation is entered in a UITextField via marked text (e.g. Japanese input method)
- Fixes case where additional characters can remain after abbreviation is expanded in UITextView when abbreviation is expanded via marked text

We recommend that you update to this version of the framework, as it resolves one long-standing crashing bug. The bug is not common, as it requires that an abbreviation be entered via a marked text input method.

You'll want to disable the TextExpander custom keyboard when your SDK-enhanced app is running. Please see "Disabling TextExpander Custom Keyboard Expansions" in the README file.

If you're developing a custom keyboard or extension and would like it to have TextExpander support, see "Add TextExpander to Your Custom Keyboard or Other Extension" in the  README file.

Here's a quick video of the upcoming TextExpander custom keyboard in action.

Please note that the TextExpander custom keyboard is no substitute for in-app SDK support, as it won't handle expansion for:
  • Bluetooth keyboards
  • System keyboards
  • Fill-ins
  • Rich text
Please let us know if you have any questions.


TextExpander touch Team @ Smile

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