But you’ve acknowledged in your graphics that the reading has black there (as opposed to the meaning which has light grey) - that is the colour difference you are requesting. If the whole background is changed to black, you are not going to know if it is for a kanji or for a vocab item.
As mentioned, that’s going to cause you a lot of problems as soon as you start learning vocabulary that are the alternate readings for the kanji and vice versa. The pink versus purple is how you know if WK wants the kanji (pink) or the vocab (purple). Without the colour variation, both cards will look exactly the same but the answers will be different and you will have no way of knowing which to type in.
Nah, not exactly the same - kanji cards have “Kanji Reading/Meaning” written in the black/white bar, while vocab cards have “Vocabulary Reading/Meaning”. Though, if you’re already not paying attention to the “Reading/Meaning” bit…
Which OP seems to struggle with, I get that (they mentioned in the other thread they don’t pay attention to the words at all). So if words aren’t going to work, theoretically you would need FOUR different indicator colours:
Kanji (pink) reading
Kanji (pink) meaning
Vocab (purple) reading
Vocab (purple) meaning
Maybe a solution could be like…
Kanji reading: Black on pink
Kanji meaning: Pink on black
Vocab reading: Black on purple
Vocab meaning: Purple on black
or something. It would be incredibly niche for a userscript but might work.
I’ve felt bad pointing OP to a script request without actually offering to make such a script. But you can now check out my attempt here
Note that it does not change the pink/purple of the kanji/vocab part of the review screen, mostly because that part of the screen does not indicate whether it’s a reading or meaning question. It should still be possible to alter that background color, but it requires more logic and messing with the layout (usually the less you mess, the more stable the script is upon changes to the main page).
I’m so used to the default wording and colors that this script really woke me up - but that won’t hold for more than a few review sessions. I won’t properly know if it does anything for my own confusion until much later.