This started for me suddenly today. There may be a better way to ask this question, suggestions about how to clarify the question are certainly welcome.
So, sometimes (often) when I am typing now, Google Docs will automatically convert entire sentences. Even worse, they are sometimes complete nonsense, sometimes they are identical to the words already typed (shown), sometimes just the white-space is removed. The words I type instantly become new words. When this happens, I can hover over the new wording/sentence, and then I am shown a tool-tip such as this:
Does anyone know how to turn off this behavior?
Not shown in the image are the cases where sentences with proper nouns have their verbs removed, random normal words are capitalized, and so on. Spaces seem to have a lot to with it, as those are also removed in some cases. "This is fine." auto-magically became "Thisisfine." after being typed, for example. Further, my menu sometimes renders with a space, such as "M ore" instead of "More", and this appears as a tool-tip also:
I don't care why or what is causing this buggy behavior - I just want these "Original Text" tooltips to disappear! But I'm including as much info as I can in case it helps anyone answer my question...
Tools -> Preferences is my usual go to, but that's not one of the settings (every box is checked off now). Having "Show Spelling Suggestions" is off, closest I could think of to "Edit my sentence?" toggle, but the dialog still shows up. (Note that since then none of my sentences have been auto-replaced, if need be I'll report more info about the conditions for triggering bizarre sentence suggestions.)