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Re: Problem of binding aspell to Emacs


From: Water Lin
Subject: Re: Problem of binding aspell to Emacs
Date: Sun, 18 Oct 2009 11:15:16 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (windows-nt)

"Colin S. Miller" <address@hidden> writes:

> Water Lin wrote:
> <snip!>
>>
>> When Aspell finds an incorrect word, it will mark the incorrect word
>> with special underline and color. But there are also a lot of special
>> words like Flyspell, Aspell etc. which are meaningful but incorrect.
>>
>> I want to let Flyspell to ignore these words. What's the command?
> If you want to add a word to your dictionary, use 'i'.
> If you want to remove a word from aspell's dictionary, then
> consult aspell's documentation (outside emacs).
> You probably will have to rebuild the dictionary.
>
The 'i' only works when I use M-x ispell-region or M-x ispell-buffer, is
it irght?

But if I am in a text mode buffer, the ispell marks one word as wrong
word and I want to add this word to my dictionary, what can I do?

>>
>> The second question:
>>
>> After successfully installed Flyspell with Aspell, I find that the input
>> speed of my keyboard is a little slow and panic. It seems that flyspeel
>> will influence my input speed. What can I do with it?
> You can keep typing; emacs will eventually catch up. Although the
> lack of feedback on your typing can be disconcerting.
>>
>> My solution is:
>> -------
>> I disable Flyspell mode, but after I finish the email edition, I
>> will use M-x ispell-region to check my spell. Is it a good way?
> Or ispell-buffer
>
> flyspell-buffer  can also be used. It will highlight all the incorrect words,
> but is very slow. Go make a cup of tea when you run it.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Water Lin
>>
>
> HTH,
> Colin S. Miller

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