Is there a script that hides whether you got something wrong or not?

I noticed that when I see that little strip of red go across the screen, I freak out and tend to do worse on following items. This is especially true when I have over a hundred items to review in a session.

Is it possible to hide the red/green wrong/right indicators on WK? I could check what I got incorrect at the little overview at the end of the session instead?

Thanks!

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If you get something wrong, it will be asked again in the same session until you get it right. If you don’t know that you got it wrong the first time, wouldn’t you just answer it wrongly again and again?

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Good point haha but I think the color red itself triggers a sort of frustration/anxiety as I do my reviews.

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You could add your own user style if you know CSS.

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Unfortunately I don’t, but maybe I can find the time to learn it after the JLPT :sweat_smile:

Basically you only have to overwrite these lines:

#answer-form fieldset.incorrect button,
#answer-form fieldset.incorrect input[type=text],
#answer-form fieldset.incorrect input[type=text]:disabled {
    background-color:#f03 !important
}

to something like:

#answer-form fieldset.incorrect button,
#answer-form fieldset.incorrect input[type=text],
#answer-form fieldset.incorrect input[type=text]:disabled {
    background-color:#000 !important
}
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That’s the line for “correct” though.

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You can at least turn off the level up/down indicator in general settings.

Can you somehow set the screen to greyscale? And then with automatic info click on a wrong answer, you could still know you got it wrong.

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Oops, sorry. The class name should be “incorrect”.

Thank you so much!

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I haven’t used this in a long time, but there’s an extension called “Stylish” for Chrome (I assume there are also similar extensions for Firefox etc.)

Some people here have even developed userstyles for WaniKani:

If you don’t want to do too much work, you can install one of these userstyles and modify the CSS a little bit to your liking. You can change text colours, background colours, font size, hide elements, etc.

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Oh neat! I never would have found this on my own ahha thank you so much (again!) This is really helpful.

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Walang anuman :smiley:

(I kinda want to learn Filipino at some point in the future. It sounds nice to my ears).

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Oh, and the #000 part is the color hexcode that you set it to. You can find other colors here (or make a new one with the color picker at the top): https://www.rapidtables.com/web/color/html-color-codes.html

I think setting it to black (which is #000) might not be ideal, haha.

(Or is the text color white for incorrect? I don’t remember.)

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Thanks for the reference! I’ll probably be using this for other things as well :relaxed:

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Galing! Am shookt to see tagalog here haha It’s a fun language, especially since you can get away with inserting English into it pretty much anywhere xD

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Oh, Tagalog! I’m visiting the Philippines in February for two weeks before hopping over to Japan for a month, so I was torn between learning a bit of Talagog or Japanese, haha. Japanese won out for now, but I might take a stab at it in the future :smiley:

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Most Filipinos understand or speak English (especially in the city!) because it’s required in school, so don’t worry if you don’t know much!

Most important phrases:

Gutom na ako (I am hungry now) and
Ang sarap! (Delicious!)

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Look, I’m… I’m not just going for the food, okay? :confounded:

Alright, alright, you got me, I might be going for the food mostly. What I ate so far of filipino cuisine was delicious! Thanks for these super useful phrases, haha.

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