Hi! This is a bit of a weird question, since obviously it should be good to use a Japanese keyboard when typing in Japanese. But when when I use this keyboard, the suggested kanji I am typing pops up, since (surprise!) it’s a keyboard that fluent Japanese speakers use. [I use the Japanese swipe keyboard (the one that you swipe up/down/left/right to get each kana) instead of the qwerty keyboard that transforms roman letters into kana.]
Using this keyboard, I can see immediately if I’m using the right or wrong reading, and I am able to change my answer accordingly when I start to type the wrong reading (though tbh I usually notice I’m wrong before the keyboard doesn’t pop up with the right kanji). Also, it’s not 100%–sometimes I’ll get the kanji I’m looking for with the wrong reading, or get the wrong kanji with the right reading, which is bizarre. I’m guessing it’s just a context thing.
I can’t tell if this is a good thing or a bad thing, since even though I am forcing myself to remember the correct readings, I’m not getting the answers “wrong” in the first place in the SRS system.
Not sure how to end this post so have a crabigator