[neomutt-users] Spell checking for emails written in multiple languages
factotum_muth at web.de
Wed Feb 20 17:51:13 CET 2019
I use aspell with this magic line in my muttrc:
set ispell = 'aspell -e -c'
After composing my mail in vim (and after :wq) pressing 'i' brings
up aspell. It could be what you're looking for.
On Wednesday, 20 February at 00:28, Florian Wehner wrote:
> > Not using neomutts spell-checking but the famous vim:
> > au FileType mail setl tw=68 spell spelllang=de,en wrap expandtab
> > tabstop=4
> I'm already composing in vim (and even have spell enabled), but I find
> the spell checking very cumbersome: go to next bad word `[s`=> open
> the whole screen replacement `z=` (no context left) => enter the
> number `2` => <enter> => got to next word…
> That's 6 keystrokes for one replacement. Compared to 1 in aspell.
> Am I missing something here, or is it just like that? Compared to this
> workflow aspell is a dream.
> I found a working package in python
> (https://pypi.org/project/langdetect/). I'll share my application if
> it turns out to function well.
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