[Bulk] Discussion/help re: spellcheck shortcut ?!?
billlinux at rogers.com
Mon Jun 28 17:08:50 UTC 2010
On Sat, 2010-06-26 at 15:36 -0400, William Case wrote:
> I may be getting into something here that may be too complex, but ...
> I would like to create a script or other programming that I can bind to
> a shortcut key (Say Ctrl+Alt+F7) that does the following as I am typing:
> When typing along and a previous word appears underlined in read as a
> spelling error (or however marked) I can use my shortcut key to:
> a) jump back to the first marked word;
> b) select that word;
> c) show the context menu with correction choices;
> d) select a suggested correction, or not, as the case may be;
> e) enter; making the correction;
> f) leave the cursor on or at the corrected word;
> g) ready to either repeat the jump back to an even earlier mis-spelled
> word or move to the end of the line with <end> or whatever.
> 1) I don't need in depth details. I think I can handle that. I am
> looking for suggestions on how best to go about tackling the problem.
> Should this be a bash script etc. ?
> 2) I would like the script to be as universal as possible. Using
> hunspell is obvious. Is aspell still necessary or has fedora's
> applications with spellchecking all gone over to hunspell? Does this
> even make a difference?
> 3) Where is the best place to do the binding? In gnome shortcut keys
> configuration or some place more basic?
> Any other thoughts or suggestions would truly be appreciated.
Under which application or category would I file the above as a Request
For Enhancement -- there seem to ba a lot of possibilities ?
Fedora 12, Gnome 2.28
Evo.2.28, Emacs 23.1.1
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