First time using this community forum, so i apologize for any mistakes, etc. (How i got to level 47 without doing it is another story.)
As i have progressed in Wanikani, i have become aware that my discrimination of certain kanji is still weak, particularly when there are 3 or more radical involved. When it is only two radicals, i can put the similar kanji side by side and work on distinguishing the different meanings, phonetics, etc. However, when the patterns involve two or more radicals in the same position, only differentiated by a third radical, it is more difficult in Wanikani (or any other tool i’ve investigated) to isolate them and put them side by side. Sometimes, it’s possible, of course, as in the attachment, but in other cases, the similar kanji are lost in a maze of many others that i can collect using Wanikani to list by a single radical. (I’ve tried a couple user scripts i’ve seen but none seem to fit the bill. Multiple web searches have also not indicated any approaches like this.)
So, my question is, Has anyone (either in Wanikani or elsewhere — though WK seems the best bet) come up with a tool to do this?
thanks in advance