The n being correct at the end of a word is intended behavior, per here.
Speed demon tip: You don’t have to type the double n to make ん at the end of a word when answering the reading of a kanji or vocabulary word. We’ll auto-convert the final n to ん for you. BUT it’s much better if you get used to typing it correctly right from the start. Your Japanese teacher or boss won’t be as lenient as us.
Personally I am very glad for it, as getting used to typing the double n took me a while, and it’s easy to miss a double key tap at the end and not visually check it, when going fast lol.
I can reproduce the n problem even with all scripts disabled, so it is still an issue.
Thanks for checking on this. We’ll look into this bug!
The script has been officially updated to a working version now!
Go here to update: [Userscript]: Double-Check (Version 2.x)
Thank you so much! I’m glad we got this figured out.
Me too, I can’t live without it!
Upon changing the title (Added Solved) I found I hadn’t even written items right! (iems =P ) just goes to show I NEED this script XD
I also like Auto Commit. If it doesn’t go through I can look it over, was that what I meant to type? (note: it, like so many others, can be abused. Don’t change to “the other reading then” )
I’m brand new to scripting. I installed some; mostly there’s one so I can filter my lesson list and learn the radicals and some of the kanji first (very useful), but also I typo all the time, and I hate getting punished for that, so this Double Check is invaluable. I have to admit I sometimes use it even when I clearly got the answer wrong, but I think I still learn from my mistakes even if they’re not counted as mistakes.
Oh I use the reorder too, to get the vocabs first
I sometimes make brainfarts", where it is a word I KNOW I know, just didn’t pay attention so put something else. Depending on mood I give them a pass (as long as I make it next time it’s OK, if not it will truly fall again. Try to do it sparingly, and the lower the more likely. )
Yep works fine for me now, awesome to see it fixed so quickly.
WaniKani has always corrected for the ‘n’ for ん but the code that also updates the displayed answer got removed inadvertently today. Just a heads up, I’m working on putting it back soon. Not sure if that will affect the Double-Check script update.
@rfindley In case it does affected =)
It shouldn’t affect Double-Check.
But, now that you mention it, Double-Check doesn’t update the answer like WK does, so I’ve added that now.
I came into the forum today specifically looking for an explanation and solution to this problem and I can’t believe everyone’s already figured it out and fixed it!
This community is amazing
Thank you for working on this so quickly! Updated and hopefully it works now.
The interesting thing is that I’ve been having a similar bug for weeks now, but it was not so visible. Every now and then I would have an item marked incorrect but it wouldn’t be downgraded and then later on it would come back up again. If I got it right it would show itself as upgraded. This worried me of course, and at the end of the review session the item would correctly be downgraded.
I emailed WK about this and they asked me to turn off all scripts and replicate it. It took me weeks for this to happen, so finally I was able to show it wasn’t related to any scripts and happened with just basic WK classic. Only recently have I turned my mods back on and then nothing was working for a minute! Ha.
I know all of this has been solved now, but just to whine a little bit before moving on-- I had spaced momentarily on the on’yomi for 方 so I typed the kun’yomi, and it shook to let me know it wanted the on’yomi but still moved on before I could type something else. I put the kun’yomi in once more to give myself more time to think, and then upon deciding I wouldn’t be able to remember and would just take a ding in levels, I put in some random syllable so it would mark it wrong and let me know what the real answer was. It moved on again…and then brought it around again. By this point I just wanted it to go away, so I put in another random wrong syllable, and it moved on again. This time I put in ほう, to my recollection rather accidentally, and remembered it was correct as it finally let me move on…but it had moved the kanji down to Apprentice 2? I don’t think I have any way to check, but I’m pretty sure this kanji was nearly to Master if not fully there, and I don’t think it would have fallen that much if it hadn’t accepted two wrong answers in the midst of me trying to just get it to go away…or that’s my suspicion anyway. I guess it’s just another chance for me to brush up on the on’yomi, but boo anyway. End of whining haha!
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