[ General Script Installation instructions ] You’ll need a script host plugin like TamperMonkey
[ Download / Install “Disable Enter on Wrong Answer” (GreasyFork)]
[ Download / Install “Disable Enter on Wrong Answer” (OpenUserJS)]
I’ve written a very simple script for KaniWani which disables proceeding with the Enter key if you get an item wrong during a Reviews Session (so you have to use the mouse). This made my life a little easier, as I type rather fast and I am used to just rapidly hit the Enter key twice after inputting my answer. I don’t like to turn on the option to automatically proceed to the next item after some time if my answer was correct, as I usually want to continue instantly, and in some cases I want to see some vocabulary details, even if my input was correct. However, with this habit I often accidently proceeded to the next item when I got something wrong due to a typo or a synonym mix-up, so I didn’t get a chance to correct my mistake or try another synonym.
This script prevents this mishap. I don’t have a clue about user scripts and browser compatibility, but it works on my PC and on my laptop so I hope it works fine on most systems. This script probably isn’t of much use to most people, but it solved a specific problem for me, and I thought, since I’ve already written it, I might as well share it, who knows who might have the same issue.
(I hope it’s ok to talk about a KaniWani script here, otherwise I’ll move / delete the post. I just figured people on here might be interested in it, as KaniWani is kind of a companion site to WaniKani.)