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I am using aspell on the (Linux) command line, and have also started using it with mu4e in emacs to spell-check my composed messages using ispell-message. That command runs aspell, but with ispell key bindings, which I find confusing (in particular if a means add in the one and ignore in the other, while i means ignore in the one and add in the other). Is there a way to run aspell in emacs with aspell key bindings?

(Running aspell with ispell key bindings in the terminal is easier, but has the effect that I make mistakes there too... I also know I should move to hunspell, but I have to resolve another issue there first).

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    You would need to edit the function ispell-command-loop inside ispell.el -- look for things like (= char ?a), (= char ?i), and pay attention to command-characters defined at the outset. These are not the type of questions I generally answer because people prefer fixes using advice rather than editing a core function directly, or creating an entirely new function with the edits. – lawlist May 28 '19 at 16:45
  • I had hoped to change keybindings with some option or changing some variables. I don't know advice, but I'll look into it - it sounds like a more sustainable way to achieve my goal than editing .el files after every update. – AstroFloyd May 28 '19 at 20:08

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