I’m one of those people that likes to briefly review and understand mistakes as they perform their reviews (at the very least expanding the item info to compare my response with the correct answer).
Occasionally, though, I’m so confident that I’ve provided the correct answer that I hit Enter too quickly, moving on to the next item before I even notice the red incorrect response indicator.
There understandably isn’t a button to back up, but the “last 10” checkmark button is also not helpful in this situation since it only displays the last 10 completed reviews, not individual reading/meaning questions.
Would it be useful for the UI to ignore the Enter key (or perhaps request confirmation) for, say, a few hundred ms whenever an incorrect answer is provided?
I think I could potentially write a userscript to accomplish this (possibly titled “Slow down you idiot”) but before submitting a feature request or writing a script, I wanted to solicit feedback.
John “Loud, confident, and wrong” Goodsall ( ← @plantron bait)
Hmm … one of these @jprsjsalkfdlasjd guys likes seventies art rock. The other is probably more into Gregorian chants.
Honestly I’m not sure it really is outdated, I just put it in the outdated section because it’s not being maintained and people should use Double Check instead. @Rrwrex You could try it out if you really don’t want Double Check
Since so much has changed in the last couple of years a lot of the scripts are actually broken. Until I decided to clean it up the other the day the list was full with broken scripts and apps, but I don’t have the time to actually test all of them so I used some discretion