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SubjectRe: Remove silly messages from input layer.
> I'd argue that anything that triggers that many false positives is worthless.

Why do you think these are false positives? They usually report real
problems. Unfortunately a significant fraction of keyboards is crappy
these days, but it's still good to know if the keyboard you are currently
testing is broken or not.

Have a nice fortnight
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Faculty of Math and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Rep., Earth
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