Unable to do Lessons: can't go to Reading

I’ve tried reloading, restarting my computer and a different browser.

Can’t do Lessons. Stops on Meaning, can’t move on to Reading.
Enter doesn’t work, clicking the arrow doesn’t work.
If I keep trying I get a “page not responding” pop up.
It crashes to the point the tab has to be closed, reloading does not work.

I just did 3, then it happened. So either it happened suddenly or something triggered it.

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It seems I could get through if I removed all scripts…
But that doesn’t help me. I Want to do my Vocab lessons only, since same level as the Kanji I can’t get them without doing the Kanji first (Which, I will not. I do 3 kanji a day only)

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After continuously not giving up, doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result like a mad man, I somehow got further on one item at least :rofl:

It might have been script related.

It worked with these on:

So maybe one of the others triggered it somehow?

Edit: Or not
Put all the scripts back on (8 now instead of 7 even, so one more than I had active at first) But it still works. So maybe it just got sorted or was a random temporary hitch?

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Was able to do reviews, but it was certainly slow, laggy, glitchy and my computer was working full gear XD
As soon as I finished reviews it calmed itself (fan went back of, it only comes on when very pressured)
Nothing stopped working completely, but something is buggy for sure =P

Homophone Explorer tries to use the first API version, so it should not have worked for approximately a year. Was this one of the scripts you still had active? Because when testing it, it caused an endless loop and froze my tab.


I tried with only changing that one on and of, it made the difference!
I’ll have it removed then, since it isn’t doing any good anyway :rofl:
It hasn’t been a problem till suddenly now though, so something in a new update it crashes even more with than usual :wink:

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Me: Oh no, it happened again!
Also me: did… did I remember to take it off again after testing?
No… no I did not :rofl:


With WK Open Framework and WK Item Info Injector, it would be pretty easy to recreate this script’s functionality. Something like this would already provide the basic functionality:

// ==UserScript==
// @name         Homophone Explorer
// @namespace    homophoneExplorer
// @version      0.1
// @description  For every vocabulary item, it lists all other vocabulary items with the same reading.
// @author       You
// @match        https://www.wanikani.com/vocabulary/*
// @match        https://www.wanikani.com/review/session
// @match        https://www.wanikani.com/lesson/session
// @match        https://preview.wanikani.com/vocabulary/*
// @match        https://preview.wanikani.com/review/session
// @match        https://preview.wanikani.com/lesson/session
// @require      https://greasyfork.org/scripts/430565-wanikani-item-info-injector/code/WaniKani%20Item%20Info%20Injector.user.js?version=962341
// @grant        none
// ==/UserScript==

(async function() {
    'use strict';
	/* global wkof, wkItemInfo */

	await wkof.ready(`ItemData`);
	let items = await wkof.ItemData.get_items({wk_items: {filters: {item_type: `voc`}}});
	let byReading = wkof.ItemData.get_index(items, `reading`);
	wkItemInfo.forType(`vocabulary`).under(`reading`).appendSideInfo(`Homophones`, o => {
		return o.reading.flatMap(r => byReading[r]).filter(i => i.id !== o.id).flatMap((i, idx) => {
			let result = [];
			if (idx !== 0) result.push(`, `);
			let link = document.createElement(`a`);
			link.href = i.data.document_url;
			link.target = `_blank`;
			link.textContent = i.data.characters;
			return result;

It would just have to be polished a bit to make the links visually appealing, because this still looks pretty barebones:



I love you

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I love Emilia.

Since nobody has used this code snippet to create a userscript yet, I should probably release this bare-bones version on Greasyfork so that I can keep it updated (the code snippet uses an outdated version of WK Item Info Injector).