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spell-mode

Toggle highlighting of misspelled words.

This command toggles the Spell minor mode. With a nonzero numeric argument, it turns Spell mode on; with a zero argument it turns Spell mode off. In Spell mode, Epsilon highlights misspelled words. The change affects all buffers in the same major mode (and sometimes those in other modes, whenever both modes lack a dedicated spell-options variable and use the default-spell-options variable for their settings). See the buffer-spell-mode command to toggle Spell minor mode for a single buffer, not a group.

Use the spell-correct command to ignore certain words or show suggestions for a misspelled word.

More info:

Spell Checking



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