A minimalist perspective on the Kanji Stroke Order userscript.
@looki’s stroke order script is nice, but the diagrams for some busy kanji tend to get rather wide and quite inconvenient to use, so I made a version that works for me (and could be of use for someone else).
No external dependencies, but you need to have the Kanji Stroke Order font installed. The stroke order display itself seamlessly integrates into a blown-up version of the kanji that you see on mouse hover.
There’s how it looks in an excited state (on mouse hover):
And there it is in a dormant state (no different than a vanilla kanji page):
- v1.2.1 Making it work on preview.wanikani.com
- v1.2.0 Making script jQuery-independent
- v1.1.3 Minor Windows-specific fixes
- v1.1.0 By the popular demand (I got a message, which is like 100% of all update requests I got so far), stroke orders are now displayed on the vocabulary pages, too.
- v1.0.0 Initial release