This tutorial explains about Spell Check feature in IntelliJ IDEA.
spell check is a feature to fix typo errors in code, comments, and string literals in an Editor.
Whenever a typo error occurs, The word is highlighted and wrapped with a colored line
It Reports typos and misspellings in your code, comments, and literal and fixes them with one click.
Disable or enable Spell check typo in IntelliJ IDEA
Here is a way to configure the user settings window.
Go to File Menu
Select Settings, Opens the Settings popup window
Select Editor -> Inspections ->Proofreading
Select Typo, Check or uncheck the below options
- Process Code
- Process Literals
- Process Comments
You can also uncheck entirely
Proofreadingto disable spelling and typo check
Another option is using @SuppressWarnings annotations.
Add the below annotation in class or method or field declaration
another way, using the
Find Action search
Open Find Action using
type one of the following
- Grammar and styles
- Proofreading: Grammar
Check or uncheck required options