Is it OK to give suggestions? I was wondering if a general progress bar could be added? I have already finished all lessons, and level specific progress bars don’t give me any useful information anymore. A general progress bar for the different SRS stages would be nice to have.
Also maybe it’s an idea to add a to-do list in the main post? Then people won’t make double suggestions.
Absolutely. By now, most features of the app are due to suggestions made here
What kind of progress bar would be useful for a max-level user? The SRS breakdown already gives a broad progress indicator, are you suggesting something to supplement that?
Double suggestions haven’t been much of an issue so far, I don’t think that’s a problem that particularly needs a solution. Besides, my priority list is not so much a list as it is a chaotic sets of notes that I tackle in whatever order I feel like and that gets shuffled constantly depending on what I have time for, how hard something turns out to be, or what I consider to be important. If I made a public todo list, that would just create unrealistic expectations or frustration whenever it gets jumbled around again.
On the timeline on the dashboard, the “cumulative number of reviews” line is a bit confusing. It seems to use a different y-axis than the one labeled - for example, it’ll frequently go up to the middle of the bar for my highest review count, making it look like the total reviews that will be available then is less than the reviews that will open at that time…
First of all: I’m new to WK and so new to this app, but I think it’s fantastic, and thank you so much!
So this is probably obvious to others, but I’ve been poking about the settings for a week and read through about a third of this topic and I can’t figure it out. So for you all to point and laugh what are the bracketed numbers and kanji next to the pitch displays?
(Some questions are already answered in the thread)
Here a new suggestion: after a review session is completed, or after N days offline, or when level is about to com plete, you may want to print “do not forget to synchronise your score by connecting online” (exact wording to be improved).
I’m also on the newest version and have no issues with my reviews, so there must be another variable . A workaround can be to enable the ignore button and set its behavior to “Undo and mark correctly instead”, and use that whenever you see the app marking you wrong for stuff you got right. I suspect it might be an text encoding issue with the text generated by your input method (my guess as a dev) that makes the entered text different from the expected text in a not so obvious way from the app’s perspective .
-Have not seen this before the last update.
-I didn’t use the undo or ignore button.
-I used the qwertz keyboard from Google keyboards (German option)
-I think I used the enter key from the keyboard.
Edit: happened again. Definitely used the submit button this time.
Just a few seconds ago it happened again but this time on the meaning part:
The waterfall (cumulative) line necessarily uses a different scale from the bars since it’s cumulative. Usually the maximum level for the waterfall line will be much higher than the maximum level of the bars. Even though both are drawn in the same chart, the height of the individual bars is not related to the level of the waterfall line.
I’ll put it on the list, but I’m not sure where to put this. Adding more text lines to the dashboard will push other useful parts of the dashboard even further down than they already are. Since the sync happens automatically whenever the device comes back online, and syncing while offline is impossible anyway, a message like this is not worth sacrificing a lot of valuable screen real estate for.
I’ll install that userscript and see what it does, and if it’s something that can easily be brought over to small mobile screens.
Yeah, that’s the first connection I made as well. But that code has been stable for a long time now, I would have expected this to pop up much earlier if that were it. Kana with dakuten can be represented in Unicode in two ways, so that’s an obvious candidate, but the problem also happens in answers without dakuten. And anything outside of the Kana block in Unicode gets flagged with a shake-and-retry anyway.
The only real cause I can think of now is that the answer text that is judged is not the same as the answer text that is shown. It shouldn’t be possible for those two to be different, but right now that’s my best lead. One possibility I am checking now is what happens when a last-moment edit to the answer is made immediately after the answer is checked but before the keyboard is hidden. The time window is tiny, but it’s theoretically possible, and maybe this update changed something to widen the window.
Hi again, I have a suggestion, although it’s totally up to you if this is something worth doing. I think it would be nice if there was an option to hide the reading in vocabulary lessons until tapped (like the option for hiding the translations in example sentences). When I’m using the web browser I usually try to guess the vocab reading from the kanji readings before looking at it, but having the reading so close to the meaning in the app makes it really easy to see at first glance.
Thanks, good to know it happens with meaning questions as well, that narrows down the possibilities a lot.
Makes sense, I’ll put it on the list for when I’ve tackled an annoying bug I’m looking into now.
The session summary is definitely an option, I’ll try that out. The problem with the red banner in your screenshot is that it takes up a large chunk of the most useful/valuable space on the dashboard, and it could stay there for a long time, depending on when you’re online again.
The big red banner is for something really important that really needs your attention right now before you can continue using the app. The message “hey, don’t forget to sync” doesn’t really “deserve” to be that prominent and in-your-face. So I’ll need to think of some way to present it that is noticeable, but doesn’t demand attention quite so aggressively. The top third of the screen is the most valuable part of the screen, I don’t want to add anything there unless it’s really important or it doesn’t really get in the way.
Hello again! I’ve been having a pretty annoying bug… often when doing my reviews, it doesn’t seem to “count” completed items. For example, say the first item in my review is the radical “canopy”, which I have at Apprentice 3… I put in “canopy”, I see the little thing telling me it’s gone to Apprentice 4, but the counter still says 0/44 reviews done and “canopy” pops up again later in the review session, still at Apprentice 3. I also had an incident earlier where I only had 2 reviews, I finished them, it still said I had the same two reviews - it hadn’t “counted” the answers I put in. The only way to get it to actually “count” my reviews is to start a session, abandon it, then start the reviews again.