Do you remember the number of strokes? Do you search by SKIP code?
Also, what about multiple radical Kanji input?
If you do, how do you remember the number of strokes – for faster searching?
I was grown up not using OCR properly, sorry. Writing Kanji in Kanji dictionary by hand sometimes is not working.
Edit: I now create Anki decks with stroke orders:
Based on Jisho.org, I created Anki decks to remember “Stroke count”, for my personal use. Total 252 cards.
There will be stroke orders with appropriate font / in Anki version.
Spreadsheet version: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17hzwbhorXl7XJuj0xkfNhj-w7nCvky4O53rHyvCbgf4/edit?usp=sharing
Anki version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ztkua67tlz6u4ar/Jisho-strokes.apkg?dl=0
Anki settings: 1 10 240 480 1440 4320 (Almost similar to WaniKani), with the tag: 1-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8-10, 11-17, to aid in creating filtered deck.
//↓I’ve decided that to do this one below might pointless, though.
I also created an official radicals’ version, totaling 2192 cards, but I won’t do that one yet. It is way too large. Also tagged by a group of about 40-200 cards each.