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Hi, whats the script that adds a delay after a wrong answer so that you don’t press enter and fly past it? I’m a speed demon doing reviews and I make a lot of typos so I miss the chance to undo it.

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Your best option is Double-Check which has such a feature

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Ah, thank you, found it!

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This one sounds really useful but the Thread itself states it is ‘unsupported’. And it didn’t seem to do anything when I downloaded it :frowning: Is it dead? Is there an alternative I can use? :high_touch:

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It’s linked at the bottom of the original’s thread

Does this script not work anymore? @DaisukeJigen

@Kumirei -san? :eyes:

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Sorry, I am not using it

Could I convince you to try it and see if it works? :pleading_face:

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I fixed the error it was encountering, but even then there are other issues that break all of WKOF. It’s broken without a simple fix

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:frowning_face: :sob:

Thank you for checking. :heart:

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Is there a sript to auto-pass reviews based on level?
I did a reset too far down and now it’s boring to go through the same items with 100% accuracy.

Nope

At least there is Anki mode that can be clicked through :smirk:

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I haven’t checked my joke script “Never Wrong” lately, but if it still works you could probably use that to just fly through your lessons and reviews.

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  • Added Dashboard Level Progress Indicator as an updated and maintained version of Dashboard Level Progress Detail
  • Added Review Forecast Clock Style
  • Added WaniKani Workload Graph
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This is awesome

What section would a Discord bot go under :sweat_smile:

Are there any scripts which shows vocabulary with the same kana reading? For example 女子 and 助詞 etc

Confusion Guesser can show you similar vocab during reviews

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Maybe I don’t see it here, but is there not a script to disable the “typo protection” feature? I thought a meaning of a kanji was “fast”, and Wanikani accepted it, but after a while I checked and it was actually “past.” I’d prefer that to not happen again, as it was very very possible for me to have never noticed that and gone my whole life thinking that the kanji meant “fast”.