0.3.3 Fixed dragging from blue radical box instead of word.
This is a little sumthin sumthin for reviews I’ve been working on that is far from finished, but I’m using it now and I’ll improve it as I go. Just thought I’d share because I’m a cowboy and don’t need everything (or anything) to be polished before I unleash it on the masses.
It puts little tips up when you ‘Show more information’ on Vocabulary so you don’t have to look at the components and stuff.
For Kanji, draggable windows are displayed with each of the radicals WaniKani designate to that Kanji.
The first time these are shown for each Kanji, they will be in the top corner of the character. They can be moved around as desired to indicate where they are found in the Kanji.
This position will be saved and you won’t have to set it again if you use the same browser (and the same window size since it doesn’t handle font changes).
Works on Vocab and Kanji (Radicals won’t be included for a while).
Does the same thing for both reading and meaning reviews.
Have tips respond to window resizing
Limit to ‘meaning’
For vocab ‘reading’ have the furigana for each kanji where possible or for the whole word when its one of those funny ones like 二十歳.
Extend to kanji and radicals by making it more graphical.
- Moving to fast causes script to miss an event and still think the info window is open, giving hints on a review that is yet to be completed.
- Doesn’t check what kind of review (meaning or reading) it is yet. Will just give kanji meanings for both of them.
- Isn’t responsive to resizing the window.