Microsoft has a fix coming to repair Word Flow spacing problems on Windows 10 Mobile

Have you ever tried using Word Flow swipe typing in Windows 10 Mobile? If you have, you've likely noticed that it doesn't always automatically add spaces between words when typing inside text fields in websites. It might seem like a minor issue, but the OS-level problem also extends to certain apps like Tweetium, making Word Flow swipe typing a less-than-stellar experience — both for developers and users.

Thankfully, Microsoft has isolated the problem and have a fix incoming.

Jonathan Sampson from the Microsoft Edge team confirmed that they were able to reproduce the issue, and will be repairing it soon:

"Great news, everybody. The issue has been tracked, investigated, and a fix is in the pipeline!"

The fix should extend to both Microsoft Edge and affected apps, and will hopefully make it into insider builds sooner rather than later.

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