Re: Command to ingnore spelling of a word
- Sounds like you want 'zW'. The 'ignore <word>' menu item adds a word
to the internal word list (see :help internal-wordlist).
On Jun 25, 8:53 am, Eric Weir <eew...@...> wrote:
> In McVim, when spell checking is on, and the cursor is on a word identified as misspelled, a right click brings up a context menu, one option of which is to ignore the word. I was hoping there would be a key-combination command equivalent for this option, but judging form :help spell there doesn't seem to be one.
> Just wanted to check to make sure that is right, and to see if, as I suspect is unlikely, there is an undocumented command equivalent.
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