I learnt the other day about yotsugana
and it mentioned in that article that ‘etymologically-correct spellings [are] still permitted.’
Would it be possible for a word reading toggle (or plain aliases) to allow the usage of yotsugana spellings (e.g. 年中 -> ねんぢゅう or 続く -> つづく)? The usage of yotsugana instead of futatsugana(?) feels more natural to me.
In the original thread, it was suggested to me that this would be more suitable as a userscript - so I came here to request one.
TL;DR of effects: e.g. 年中 -> ねんぢゅう (currently in WK as ねんじゅう) and 悪戯 -> いたづら (currently いたずら) for words which etymologically should use yotsugana but instead use futatsugana. (thanks to Leebo for the example)
Leebo added a good point - perhaps this could be expanded to cover more classical Japanese things - but personally, I’d be happy with just yotsugana (maybe at some point somebody will make a classical Japanese script, who knows?)