Spell popup doesn't contain any word suggestions
- When I do ":set spell" and then right-click on a word marked as badly
spelled, the popup menu *does not* contain any word suggestions.
":set mousemodel" shows that popup is set. Also, "z?" and other
spell-related commands seems to work.
I run Vim 7 dated 30 september 2005 on Windows XP.
Stefan Karlsson | stefan.74@...
- Stefan Karlsson wrote:
> When I do ":set spell" and then right-click on a word marked as badlyOne mistake I sometimes make myself, thus perhaps this is what happens
> spelled, the popup menu *does not* contain any word suggestions.
> ":set mousemodel" shows that popup is set. Also, "z?" and other
> spell-related commands seems to work.
to you: if you set 'mousemodel' to "popup" then Vim checks for a badly
spelled word at the cursor, not at the mouse pointer. If you want the
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