(NOTE: If you want something more classy and review-session-oriented for this sort of thing, check out user Munksey's awesomer API app( /t/Another-Wanikani-Recall-App-Chrome-App-For-Writing/3377/1 ). It seems really cool, and totally phat and sassy!~)
- REQ.: Up-to-date browser that supports HTML5 Canvas.
- REQ.: Willingness to practice with little to no feedback.
- REQ.: Your never-ending sorrow. (It sustains me.)
- GLITCH: Pen placement coordinates sometimes wonk-up to appear much higher than they should. FIX: Reloading a lucky amount of times. Not sure what causes it yet, but somehow it takes care of itself. Maybe you just have to believe hard enough...
- GLITCH: IE shows it as mark-up text. FIX: In the same tab, go to a new page and then press the Back button. I'm not sure how the heck this is a thing... Oh Microsoft, you goofball!~
- A section to look at the meaning and readings of a Kanji item in your study list.
- A section of quick-tips for stroking your Kanji in the way it likes. (Feel free, even dutifully obligated, to correct me if I miss-noted a thing).
- A section to choose Kanji from a specific level.
- The option to practice the base Kanas (None of the Dakuten brothers)
- A section to Write you Kanji, with a light reminder of how it looks.
- I think that's it... K bye!~
Jul 29 2014) hint-toggling.