Why doesn’t spell check offer a cancel/ignore function?
So very, very often I feel like adding another word somewhere in a sentence or a comma or whatever and the place where I‘d like to add that word happens to contains a word that isn’t recognised by spell check and so marks it even though it’s spelled correctly. No problem, so far so good.
It however then becomes near impossible to put the cursor where I want it because I keep getting alternatives for the ”wrongly” spelled word.
It’s so annoying that it’s often quicker to just rewrite the word (including whatever I wanted to add) then to try and get the cursor in the correct position.
Why, next to the alternative new words do I not get the option to ignore this “erroneous word”?
(example: above I wanted to insert “happens to” before the word “contains” so I tried to place the cursor there with my finger, but spell check didn’t recognise “contains“ and kept on suggesting “contain” but not “ignore this word”.)