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If you switch on ispell-query-replace-choices by M-x customize-option ispell uses query-replace if it finds multiple occurrences of the miss-spelled word after you choose a replacement. After the first correction it will go to the next occurrence and query you with the menu of query-replace-regexp. The most important menu choices are: ! replace all ...


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Customize the variable ispell-choices-win-default-height, which has a default value of 2. The doc-string states: "The default size of the `*Choices*' window, including the mode line. Must be greater than 1."


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Emacs 26.3 contains an ispell-update-post-hook within ispell-command-loop; however, that hook runs in the working buffer just after the ispell-choices-buffer is created. I have never installed and/or used centaur-tabs, but it is my understanding (based upon a brief review of that library) that most of the code was copied straight from the original tabbar.el ...


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Using ispell-buffer, after replacing the first instance you can press "R" - which... yup, gives you query and replace. Not quite as convenient as what you're looking for but almost...


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It turns out the word list needs to be sorted (case insensitive), at least sorting it makes it work for me. Assuming you use company mode and have a shortcut to activate it. (use-package company :commands (company-complete-common)) (global-set-key (kbd "C-SPC") 'company-complete-common) ;; Dictionary for completion. (setq ispell-complete-word-dict (...


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To help answer this question, we can perform the following steps: Load the flyspell.el library by typing M: aka M-x eval-expression, and then (require 'flyspell) Locate the source code for the function flyspell-prog-mode by typing: M-x find-function RET flyspell-prog-mode RET Step two leads us to the source code of the function flyspell-prog-mode, which ...


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There may be other ways of achieving that, but if you use flyspell then it has flyspell-auto-correct-previous-word which does just that. It's bound to C-; by default. flyspell will put a wavy red line under spelling errors and so pressing C-; will have a go at correcting the first one before the current point, so you don't even need to move the point onto ...


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