When I’m at home, I prefer to use the web version, and thus don’t have the “you screwed up” re-do script running.
Does anyone else do the thing where you put the reading instead of the meaning as the answer?
I usually catch myself from doing the reverse, because kana, but…
(I also don’t know which scripts to run or how to install them, but that’s for another day)
I tried searching for scripts, and didn’t see this post, thanks for the link!
Thanks, I was trying to avoid “cheats” but… I get frustrated when I’m tired from work, and just want to do some reviews, and /DING/ WRONG!
Hah, I feel you. I’ve done reviews when my head was so far up in the clouds, I should’ve already died from asphyxiation. Once, I was so distracted, I gave up on a review pile and waited until tomorrow to do them. My progress reset, so I was able to level up some items that I had previously gotten wrong.
I generally don’t like using cheats when it comes to learning, though. I’m trying to train myself to recognize the kanji/vocab/radical even when distracted- that’s how second-nature I want it to be. (That’s why I don’t really like using learning tools that rely on the honor system, like JALUP Next, Reading the Kanji, Anki, etc.)
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