The New And Improved List Of API and Third Party Apps

Thank you! Mwah!

Well, super glad I decided to stop and check out this thread. I just spent the past two hours sifting through extensions and practice material that sounded good/interesting.

Also, thank the heavens for BreadstickNinja. You have put so much time into making so much awesome materials, thank you for all your hard work, you wonderful person. And thanks to the people who have made all those wonderful extensions as well. Especially the extension that lets you subscribe to threads. That was a big feature I was looking for and I really didn’t want to bookmark everything lol.

Probably time to remove ‘Burn Reviews’ (number 3) from the list. It is neither supported or even working.

The burn reviews add on seems to be pretty buggy / unmaintained

@ShotgunLagoon

The old Burn Reviews script is broken, however I am now maintaining a fork of it that works. Can the list be updated to use my version instead of the old one?

/t/Userscript-Burn-Reviews-ver-220/13423/1

Might want to update: WaniKani for Android by xip is not being supported/updated at the moment as per what xip has said on github. 

man, I know it’s kind of asking too much, but is there a script like the Wanikani Reorder Ultimate that reorders by Rank? Apprentice, Guru, etc. ?

rman said... man, I know it's kind of asking too much, but is there a script like the Wanikani Reorder Ultimate that reorders by Rank? Apprentice, Guru, etc. ?
 search "review order by SRS level"
it's based off of another reorder script, but i think it shouldn't be too hard to go into the source code and switch between apprentice to enlightened vs enlightened to apprentice.
ShotgunLagoon said...
rman said... man, I know it's kind of asking too much, but is there a script like the Wanikani Reorder Ultimate that reorders by Rank? Apprentice, Guru, etc. ?
 search "review order by SRS level"
it's based off of another reorder script, but i think it shouldn't be too hard to go into the source code and switch between apprentice to enlightened vs enlightened to apprentice.
 thanks, mang

Tried to use this but it just froze. 

Franken said... Tried to use this but it just froze. 
 You tried to read a list of user scripts and WK just froze? That's unacceptable!

Hi,

I’ve been using the wanikani app for iOS for a long time and loved it. I’ve changed phones and iTunes accounts and now can only get the new one which seems to have really small font!
The other AlliCrab app seems to have a problem. The testing for the actual kanji seems to not test for just onyomi, but randomly puts kunyomi in the pink kanji testing too.
Can anyone fix this or let me know how I can get my old app back? 
Thanks!

[Request] Auto-show context sentence when answered right. https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/26868-wk-context-sentences

Item marker  [Userscript] Item Marker

rayneg said... Hi,

I've been using the wanikani app for iOS for a long time and loved it. I've changed phones and iTunes accounts and now can only get the new one which seems to have really small font!
The other AlliCrab app seems to have a problem. The testing for the actual kanji seems to not test for just onyomi, but randomly puts kunyomi in the pink kanji testing too.
Can anyone fix this or let me know how I can get my old app back? 
Thanks!
 If you want this problem solved you'll have to contact the developers on the app's thread. As far as I know the link to the old iOS app is floating around the forums somewhere, but good luck finding it.

Homophone explorer - /t/Homophone-explorer/13415/1

Really handy! Couldn’t find it when I searched for it recently because I kept searching for homonym explorer ;p

This might sound really picky, but does anyone know of any apps that change the formatting/layout of the vocab level summaries to match the kanji/radical ones? (aka, put them in small rectangles rather than being a list)

SwiftSign said... This might sound really picky, but does anyone know of any apps that change the formatting/layout of the vocab level summaries to match the kanji/radical ones? (aka, put them in small rectangles rather than being a list)
 You have these user styles:
 - https://userstyles.org/styles/133207/wanikani-grids
 - https://userstyles.org/styles/130500/wanikani-level-vocabulary-grid

Install Stylish and then one of the above. There is a possibility to install it as a userscript but some people have said that option is not available to them. 
Mempo said...
SwiftSign said... This might sound really picky, but does anyone know of any apps that change the formatting/layout of the vocab level summaries to match the kanji/radical ones? (aka, put them in small rectangles rather than being a list)
 You have these user styles:
 - https://userstyles.org/styles/133207/wanikani-grids
 - https://userstyles.org/styles/130500/wanikani-level-vocabulary-grid

Install Stylish and then one of the above. There is a possibility to install it as a userscript but some people have said that option is not available to them. 
 Ahh you're a star <3.

First of all, it would be a good idea to pin this thread somewhere…and for the second part, I can’t find the end of the bleepin! responses in order to read it.

How about anyone can edit the list? Isn’t there said to be Wiki option on Discourse? The list is still Mar’ 2016 (1 year ago).

Also, personally selected API lists. Like, one’s preferences.