1. AC Question's Avatar
    Here's the deal:

    I'm using the Google AOSP Stock Keyboard and have selected two input languages:

    - Dutch
    - English (GB)

    I can shift between these two simply by clicking the little globe on the left of the space bar.

    However, when I click on 'Spell checker', I can only use one language, either Dutch or English. It's currently set to my system language (which is Dutch) and this is a real pain in the *** when I choose to use the English keyboard, since it will check those words using the Dutch dictionary. After writing an ordinary sentence in English, almost every word is underlined and suggest I change it to a similarly-written Dutch word. It also works the other way around. When I set it to English, it says all my Dutch sentences/word are wrong, even though I'm using the Dutch keyboard.

    I have downloaded both dictionaries and I have no clue what could be the problem. It's strange that I can set only one language for spelling checking, which is applied to two different input languages.

    Please reply if you can help me. Thanks in advance :-)
    Javrri likes this.
    08-14-2015 12:27 PM
  2. anon8380037's Avatar
    Hello. Welcome to Android Central.

    Interesting problem, don't know why I haven't seen it before, in all my years <cough>

    It only takes two seconds to change the entire device to Dutch, or back, if you want to compose something.

    The SwiftKey keyboard, which is great anyway, dubs itself the Multiple languages keyboard. I would give that a try.

    Don't have any more at the moment.
    Someone else may assist.

    08-14-2015 12:48 PM
  3. Calico Club's Avatar
    How can I set up a site

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    09-07-2015 01:54 AM
  4. dom2319's Avatar
    "how can i set up a site"
    Sorry what site? Are you talking about swiftkey? ?
    Ps:I 2nd Madd54. I use swiftkey which seamlessly switch between english an french

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    09-10-2015 08:18 AM
  5. Onkel Per's Avatar
    I am using the Google Keyboard from Google Play. I have selected English and Danish keyboard, and dictionaries for both. When I change language for the keyboard, it automatically changes the dictionary as well.
    I have deselected System language under settings for the keyboard. And instead selected the two languages I am using.
    from the world of Nexus
    10-16-2015 05:26 PM
  6. hossainsazzad93's Avatar
    With SwiftKey if you type Dutch it won't autocorrect to English or wise versa I live in England and had these issues after I bought an S2 but then when I bought SwiftKey since then things changed. I speak fluent German with my girlfriend and yeah. I can tell if you use SwiftKey it will be different. Android keyboard or Google needs to change this implementation otherwise they are the no1 on the planet for me
    11-25-2015 11:09 PM
  7. RDI's Avatar
    Try switching to the SwiftKey keyboard. Lots of features.
    12-19-2015 02:16 PM

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