I thought none of my reviews were going through because I was getting the same cards that I had already passed. It turns out they were at least counted, but the system display was inaccurate, reading at 0 the whole time.
Anyone encountered this already and know if a script is to blame?
It did count at least, but I’m not doing the same card over and over again again…
Review count resetting after correct review
It’s something with the doublecheck script
Fix one problem and find another
Ooooh! What user script displays the sentence?
(Also interested in the top left info)
I’m also running the double-check script, but I can’t say that I’m having the same issue, reviews are working normally here. I do have script compatibility mode running but I not sure if that plays any factor.
Huh, I also have script compatibility running too.
Odd. the only other script I run that really shows during reviews would be confusion guesser, though I don’t see how that would have any effect on review count.
I do remember people having issues with the double-check script and not being able to finish reviews, though that was a while ago and updating to the latest version of the script fixed it.
The double-check script for me is on version 2.2.39.
Same here too! Thank you in advance for showing us these cool scripts
It should be
WaniKani SentencesI have written a userscript which will annotate items with: A set of sample sentences taken from
Note: Because I don't do any kind of word detection (to make everything faster), it may show some sentences that contain a word where the current word is a subset. For example, if 大人しい is in the sentence and you are looking at the word 大人, it will match the sentence anyway. It will also not find words that are commonly written in kana only (such as 美味しい). Features
If you want a similar one for kanji
Somehow or other, I’ve cobbled together my first userscript.
These past few months year, the number one thing I’ve spent my WaniKani time on has been book clubs reviewing the same leeches over and over and over again. No technique has been completely successful at combating these leeches.
However, one recent technique has shown great promise for improving my kanji reviews: adding vocabulary words to the review screen. Having this vocabulary list has doubled to tripled my review accu…
the common/uncommon is
Jisho.org to indicate whether a vocabulary word is considered “common” or not.
Adds the word “Common” or “Uncommon” to the top right corner depending on whether Jisho.org dubs the vocabulary word as such.
Uses: WaniKani uses vocabulary to help solidify the different pronunciations for the individual Kanji, however some of the vocab used to teach these pronunciations are out of date and are not used in day t…
and the JLPT level one is
Have you ever wondered which JLPT level a given vocab or kanji belongs to while learning or reviewing it? This script will give you an indicator in the upper left corner of the screen. Here are some examples of what it looks like:
(it gives you just the lower box, not the upper one with “common” in it - that’s provided by the “WaniKani Common Vocab Indicator” script. I kept that script running for the screenshots so that you can see the two scripts are visually compatible.)
I have about 10-15 scripts running during reviews usually so it took some time to narrow it down. I went through them until I had to turn off my favorites lol
Sorry, I shared the wrong script yesterday!
It should be
What does this script do?
While the original show context sentence script was pretty awesome, I wanted something that didn’t inline the sentence with the review item. This script slots a single sentence into the space just above the kanji/vocabulary question header.
General userscript instructions I use ViolentMonkey.
Wanikani Open Framework
Over on GreasyFork: Show Context Sentence