I have a few spelling errors detected by the spellchecker in my document, and I’d like to quickly go through each without manually scrolling and paying attention to red underlines (error prone).
Add a command to navigate to previous/next spelling error (idea taken from other text editors, including code editors than navigate to previous/next warning/error). The command can have a default keyboard shortcut that be customized by the user.
- a small view panel Spellchecker that shows a preview of all spelling errors in the document (word and line, maybe even 1st recommendation). You can click on each entry to jump to that line. Also shows a count of spelling errors remaining
- like code editor mini-maps/scrollbar indicators: show a red bar on the scrollbar to indicate position of spelling errors
Scroll manually and look at red underlines.
However, I noticed that red underlines only appear 1 second after you stop scrolling (or after a page up/down action). This prevents me from zooming through the document and makes the process even slower.
This probably needs to be fixed first: if the spell checker only works on visible words, global spell error navigation/preview won’t be possible anyway (but maybe it’s just a visual issue: the words may be verified but only the red underline appears with delay).