Are there any apps similar to WaniKani Override?


#1

I’m just having the annoying issue of realizing I’ve made a mistake just as I’m hitting enter…dumb, yes I know, but it’d be awesome if maybe there was an option to, say, allow one or two retries (without seeing the explanation on reading/mnemonic) per review session? It seems the original override app is no longer allowed…bleh. I just hate having to review things I already have down because of careless mistakes on my part. :/  If anyone knows of anything, please let me know!


#2

Use this, it blocks ‘enter’ from working for 1 second if you get an item wrong /t/Wanikani-Mistake-Delay-103-Block-Enter-for-1s-if-answer-is-wrong-No-longer-supported/2931/1


#3

Awesome! thanks!


#4

Override still works fine for me.  I’m on latest Chrome, and am using this version of Override:
https://greasyfork.org/scripts/701-wanikani-override

I was on vacation last week right after leveling up, which means I’ve had a week with no reinforcement of new items.  So, Override has been helpful in drilling the new items back into my head.  While doing reviews, if I don’t know an item immediately, I intentionally answer wrong and override, which sends it back into my review queue without penalty.  By reviewing an item five or six times in a short period, I can identify which ones I’m having trouble with, and can find a better way to remember them.  I also add them to my ‘extra study’ list.


#5
rfindley said... Override still works fine for me.  I'm on latest Chrome, and am using this version of Override:
https://greasyfork.org/scripts/701-wanikani-override

I was on vacation last week right after leveling up, which means I've had a week with no reinforcement of new items.  So, Override has been helpful in drilling the new items back into my head.  While doing reviews, if I don't know an item immediately, I intentionally answer wrong and override, which sends it back into my review queue without penalty.  By reviewing an item five or six times in a short period, I can identify which ones I'm having trouble with, and can find a better way to remember them.  I also add them to my 'extra study' list.
 This is somewhat also why I moved onto Anki O_O

#6

Thanks, I’ll see if that works. It’ll help a lot to have words I’m familiar with but keep answering with synonyms to the programed response…so annoying to know something and keep seeing it again and again from a careless mistake rather than real lack of knowledge :stuck_out_tongue: bleh.  anywho, thanks a bunch!

Also, what sort of things does Anki have for Kanji? I came to Wanikani mostly for mnemonics, but I’d like the ability to edit some of them too…


#7

YEAH! It works on Chrome! Firefox was being lame for some reason. Anyways, thanks! you’ve saved me from much agonizing over minor mistakes. rfindley gets 500 points!