On Fri, May 26, 2006 at 11:30:52AM +0200, Mikolaj Machowski wrote: > Dnia piątek, 26 maja 2006 03:28, David Purton napisał: > > > > Any suggestions? It kind of looks like a bug, but maybe I'm missing > > something obvious. > > Maybe you have some custom highlighting definitions for HTML? Remove > them and check once more.
mmm, not as far as I know. how can I tell? Well it *is* related to syntax highlighting. If I turn syntax higlighting off, it works correctly. It is not just windows, I can reproduce the probem under linux as well. Using debian unstable I can do the following to reproduce the problem: $ gvim -u /etc/vim/vimrc -U /etc/vim/gvimrc # load debian defaults :set filetype=xhtml :set spell Enter the following: <h1>This word is spelt incorectly</h1> <p>This word is spelt incorectly</p> h1, p and incorectly should be marked as wrong in all places. Now turn syntax on :syntax on Only incorectly within the <h1> tag is marked as wrong. The tag names are not marked as wrong (good), but incorectly in the <p> tag is missed (bad). cheers dc -- David Purton Haese & Harris Publications Phone: +61 8 8355 9444 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fax: +61 8 8355 9471 Web: http://www.haeseandharris.com.au/