The app looks good! I tried it and got stuck at 氷. The app did not let me continue even after I have drawn the kanji correctly. I was able to just mark it correct, and then I was able to get to other kanji, but I think that’s a bug.
Btw, I am an absolute kanji writing noob, so I had to reset and put my level back to 0 instead of 60. I was a bit confused at the start, so it might be good to indicate that by selecting a certain WK level, you exclude the kanji you’ve learned in Wanikani from the lessons.
I’m unable to reproduce this. It may be a legitimate bug, or I may have made the UI confusing. Would you mind posting here with as many details as possible? Particularly, does it happen every time 氷 comes up?
They do show up as reviews, but not all at once, I didn’t want to overwhelm the user right off the bat. My assumption was that the user will know how to draw most of the kanji they know - any that they can’t will be quickly discovered by the SRS algorithm when they come up for review. Or they can be marked as “unknown” to learn them from scratch.
Ahh, that sounds extremely serious! I’ll look into this immediately using the crash report logs from Google Play. I’m tracking the bug here.
It determines which kanji to teach, and in what order. The assumption here is that Ringotan is not the only tool someone will use to learn Japanese, so I’ve designed it to work alongside other resources, including Wanikani.
Thanks! I’ve added a bug report here. However, as I’m not a kanji master myself yet, I don’t fully understand the problem. I think I’m using the same encodings as JMDict and KanjiDic, which should be exclusively Japanese. How can you tell it’s Chinese from the screenshot?