Hi, guys. I made a script that allows you to display an answer in reviews, and then choose whether you answered it right.
The flow is the following:
- Open Wanikani reviews
- Click the anki mode button
- Look at kanji/vocab/radical and mentally answer it instead of typing
- Hit space button to display the answer
- Hit ‘1’ or ‘2’ to mark review as being correct or incorrect respectively
- After that either hit enter to go to the next item, or you can also press ‘1’ or ‘2’ again to go to the next item.
It also works with the Lightning mode on, making it super fast to go through reviews (which is the main goal). It doesn’t change lessons screen and you still have to do it the old way.
I know a lot of people will find it useless or bad, and so on, but I had a lot of stuff going on recently and my reviews piled up, so sometimes I just want to quickly power through them instead of sitting there for an hour typing in the answers. The script removes the need to type by simply displaying the answer and you deciding whether you answered it right or wrong. Kind of similar to Anki. I suggest you don’t use it all the time, but only when you need to deal with 500+ reviews and just want to get back on track.
I am not responsible for you misusing the script, please answer honestly, and don’t abuse it.
There was a similar script before, but userscripts is down and it’s not quiet what I wanted. Couldn’t figure out how to programmatically trigger submission of an answer, so I just emulated the clicking of the answer button… If anyone knows a better solution, please let me know.
I wrote it fairly quickly, so the code is pretty bad. Feel free to fork/make pull request or do whatever with the code: https://github.com/grishinoleg/wk-anki-mode
The script itself is here: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/9747-wk-anki-mode