I’m looking for a script that maybe puts like a little “noun” or “なadjective” or whathaveyou in the corner when a vocabulary word comes up for review.
Of course it’s pretty easy to tell what’s a verb based on ending, but so often I’ll see a word and know the general feeling of it but end up failing because I typed the noun version rather than adjective or vise-versa.
I feel like it would also help me to remember how to use the vocabulary word in-context without having to make a separate Anki deck for sorting parts of speech…
I know nothing about scripts so if there’s anyone smarter than me with tech stuff (which, is a very low-set bar, to be fair; I’m pretty tech illiterate…) please let mw know if there’s a script for that sort of thing!
That sounds interesting and useful.
If something similar doesn’t exist already, I’d be willing to take a stab at it (the API exposes “parts of speech” for vocabulary so it shouldn’t be too difficult).
I’ll give it a few days in case someone is able to turn something up, but I don’t see anything on the curated list. (Or should that be @Kumirei -ted?)
If I end up writing this, I’ll probably only display the info after hitting a keystroke (perhaps ‘opt-h’ or something for “hint”) rather than displaying it all the time. I could be persuaded to make it an option to always display or not.
I thought the item inspector script did something like that but I don’t use it myself so don’t know.
With great power comes … a long list of unfinished projects.
The item inspector is a dashboard script (an awesome one at that). I think the OP is looking for something on the review pages.
My biggest scripting backlog right now is with caching reviews and I’m tired of fighting with my toolchain to get all my typescript/testing/mocking stuff playing nicely in a node environment.
A nice simple “toaster” script sounds like a welcome palate cleanser.