that last post of yours was a very brief and seemingly insignificant post. But, hell yeah! Thanks a lot!
“It changed my life” would be a bit too strong wording, but it definitely gives the exact description of steps necessary to to combine two very efficient kanji learning tools. It’s so simple and efficient that I feel obliged to give more credit to this solution. And it’s exactly what I was looking for.
Among other quite interesting info, wanikaniexplorer.com offers a very convenient way to export your WK progress. Kanji Study, on the other hand, seems to be intelligent enough to handle the cvs-file without any issues.
Once imported to Kanji Study (KS), you can use the star-rating function to track your progress. Unfortunately, Kanji Study lacks a SRS system, but some well applied ratings in combination with the filter function of KS should be able to do the job.
The stroke detection of KS feels a bit strict in certain cases, while it’s very lax in others, but it definitely helps memorizing the structure, proportions and stroke order of the kanji.
This feels like a comprehensive kanji learning solution, at last!