List of very useful scripts that are no longer?!

Not necessarily, I don’t think. Especially if the scripts are only “active” during reviews, the authors might have made them only load when you’re on review pages, in which case they wouldn’t show up while you’re on the dashboard. Some authors choose to make their scripts load whenever your URL has “wanikani” in it though, which would make them show up from your dashboard (and here too, presumably).

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Author of Simple Show Context Sentence here.

I use it daily and can confirm that it works. Can you be a bit more specific about what is broken?

Can confirm. “The scripts menu” only list scripts that are active on the page you’re on. But you can always go to the TamperMonkey Scripts dashboard to get the full list of scripts you have installed.

Also, @jjasobi glad you found them helpful. As mentioned, it’s probably to do with the Open Framework. Or that would have to be my guess. It’s been too long ago since I installed mine to remember the details, but sometimes you have to go into a different tampermonkey menu to do the ordering, even if everything seemed okay. I vaguely remember having trouble getting things up and running initially. But in the thread for the WK Open Framework, there are additional instructions for exactly this. So read that OP post carefully to find solutions and if things still don’t work, post in the thread and ask around there is my suggestion.

Good luck with your studies! :+1:

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Right, so… having disabled “Wanikani show context sentence” and “advanced context sentence 2”, the semantic phonetic composition script fix Kai_973 posted has started working.

Confusion guesser is also not working, sadly :frowning:


I installed your script. Nothing of it shows. :frowning:


I use the confusion guesser and the semantic composition script daily. I’ve had no issues with either.

Apologies, I actually use the hide context sentence script, not the show context sentence script (it blurs the English translations until you hover your mouse over the text).

You’ll likely get better help if you post to the respective threads with as detailed a bug report as possible: what you did, what you expected to happen, what actually happened, and details about your environment.

As @Kai_973 reported, many scripts only run on review pages, lessons pages, or whatever and not on the dashboard. You can look for an @include or @match line at the top of the script to see exactly which URLs it will operate on.

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OMG, legendary! Hi!!!

Thanks for your advice; I have followed it all! Hopefully the scripts everyone wants can work for everyone… I really want the confusion guesser!

The WaniKani community so far has been super great and helpful. I’m happy to be here! 頑張ります。

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Which of these don’t you use? The only thing I can think of is that one of the scripts I have and you don’t is interfering with “confusion guesser”.

It’s a great script. I often know exactly why I missed something, but when I don’t the confusion guesser can be extremely helpful.

Just follow the instructions at the top and BE SURE to click the “Use IDS” checkbox — it should be the default, but isn’t.

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I don’t use 2, 3, 4, or 7. Please provide @Sinyaven with a complete bug report and I’m sure you’ll be sorted in short order.

If you open your browser console are there any errors? You are using Chrome, so that’s Ctrl-Shift-I and then select the Console tab.

That doesn’t show very much of the console output. If you select the console tab at the top of the window you will be able to see more.

Note that the context sentence showing in this photo is the inline version which is written by a different author. Mine places the context sentence below the vocabulary word. e.g. Not inline.

I’d like to compare the in-line one with yours if it can start to work.

Note that your script is not installed with regards to this screenshot. The error code will be about the Confusion Guesser script I imagine.

I’d advise turning off the inline one, turn the simple context sentence script back on, reload the page with console window open and see if there are any errors that seem related to the simple context sentence script.

This is some exquisite humblebrag :sweat_smile:

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Although you’ve installed Open Framework, it seems you still need an API key for it to work.

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I just meant I didn’t have any reviews in my queue at the time, I’ve still got things left unburned :stuck_out_tongue:

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looks at own review queue which is not empty at all