Nico Weber wrote:
> > Just throwing out little things I notice as I work with
> > MacVim. Feel
> > free to tell me to quiet down or report differently!
> > If I correct a spelling error with 'z=' then I can use :spellr to fix
> > the same mistake throughout the document.
> > If I use the right-click option (way cool with the cascading list of
> > options!) to fix the spelling, then :spellr reports 'E752: No previous
> > spell replacement'
> I did some testing, it's like this on windows as well. And on gtk,
> the click on the corrected word in the context menu was ignored
> completely. So this is a general vim bug, not a MacVim bug.
Right. It's because the popup menu replaces the word directly, not
using "z=". This won't be easy to fix.
> Another thing I noticed: If I write "neccessary" and `:set spell`, z=
> suggests "Necessary" but the popup menu suggests "necessary". Is this
This is because "z=" uses the context of the word, while the popup menu
use the a spell function that doesn't see the context. Again, this will
take some effort to fix.
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or the view out my window are purely coincidental. Any resemblance between
the above and my own views is non-deterministic. The question of the
existence of views in the absence of anyone to hold them is left as an
exercise for the reader. The question of the existence of the reader is left
as an exercise for the second god coefficient. (A discussion of
non-orthogonal, non-integral polytheism is beyond the scope of this article.)
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