I am using vim as a note-taking app.
Following an earlier answer here , I have the following mappings which allow me to quickly correct earlier spelling mistakes:
" spelling imap <C-l> <c-g>u<Esc>[s1z=`]a<c-g>u nmap <C-l> [s1z=<c-o>
This works really well, however sometimes my notes contains acronyms etc which are marked as spelling mistakes but are not, and would ideally be skipped
Is there a way of modifying the command to tell vim : "skip the first n spelling mistakes , counting backwards from here" , eg by typing something like
2<C-L> to correct only from the 2nd spelling mistake backwards (ie skipping the first one). I would then hope to be able to repeat that command to continue correcting from there on.
Currently I move the cursor to just before where I want the correction to apply, but maybe there is a better way.