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I finally got tired of having to reach for the mouse to correct spelling. So I wrote a keyboard maestro macro:
All I need to do is navigate to the word that I want to correct and hit command-Alt f10 – the macro selects the word and then “right” clicks the mouse to bring up a selections of correct words
The key to the macro is the two regular clicks (at the mouse location) , a pause (I am not sure that this was necessary) and then a simulated right click.
Unfortunately, the mouse cursor and the keyboard cursor are two different things. When you move to a word, using the arrow keys, the keyboard cursor “moves”. However, to activate a right click in the right position, the mouse cursor needs to move. The inelegant solution is to activate “mousekeys” through the Universal access menu and then “mouse” over to the misspelled word…okay back to the mouse.