Wanikani KunOn 1.0.1 ("Kun'yomi" or "On'yomi" instead of "Reading") [No longer supported]


#1

Wanikani KunOn - Userscript

by ruipgpinheiro (LordGravewish)

THIS SCRIPT IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED BY ME.

Look at this post for further information.

Description:

This script changes "Kanji Reading" to "Kanji On'yomi" or "Kanji Kun'yomi" during reviews.

Changelog

1.0.1 (23 January 2014)
- Now supports the HTTPS protocol.

1.0.0 (24 November 2013)
- First release.

DISCLAIMER:

I am not responsible for any problems caused by this script.
This script was developed on Firefox 25.0.1 with Greasemonkey 1.12.
It was also tested on Chrome 31.0.1650.57 with Tampermonkey 3.5.3630.77.
Because I'm just one person, I can't guarantee the script works anywhere else.

LICENSE INFORMATION:

This script is licensed under the Creative Commons License "Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported"

More information at:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/


Download Version 1.0.1:

This script can be installed at https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/184461

Warning for Chrome users: Due to some limitations imposed on us by Chrome's userscript API (and because I developed the script primarily for Firefox), it uses some stuff only available in the Greasemonkey userscript engine (and derivatives, like Tampermonkey). You should install the Tampermonkey extension for Chrome. Once you try to install my Userscript, you should get a choice to install it using Tampermonkey, and if you choose that everything should work fine!




New version of KunOn script: WK Custom Review Question (KunOn+)
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List of API and Third-Party Apps
#2

So, third script in two days… Now I’m taking a break.
I hope this isn’t considered spamming the forums :stuck_out_tongue:

I was only planning to do the Phonetic-Semantic Composition one, but then I noticed that with the code I had I could very quickly make two other scripts for stuff I’ve seen being repeatedly requested in these forums and I actually would like to have, so I went ahead.

Hope you guys find these scripts useful! I sure do.


#3

by all means keep spamming my heart with your addons, they are the most helpful
dunno what I would do without your creations and alurcard’s
now if I only had a burn/new item mark in the reviews my life would be complete :smiley:


#4

Thanks for this! Someone really needs to make a working timeline.

BTW you posted the wrong link. The correct link is:
https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/184461

Even though they both look the same, your link leads to:
https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/184460


#5
Apraxas said... by all means keep spamming my heart with your addons, they are the most helpful
dunno what I would do without your creations and alurcard's
now if I only had a burn/new item mark in the reviews my life would be complete :D
Well, you could use my other recently-released script Wanikani Show Level, to show SRS levels. Level 9 is "Burned", which means that an item on "Enlightened (8)" will be burned if you answer everything correctly. A new item (that, or an item that you answered incorrectly loads of times that got downleveled back to the beginning) shows up as "Apprentice (1)" since that's the first SRS level.

Satoshi said...BTW you posted the wrong link. The correct link is:
https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/184461

Even though they both look the same, your link leads to:
https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/184460
 Ooops! Thanks for that, I didn't even notice it. Fixed.

#6

You are a love ;D
I’ll test the item level addon tonight, does it show if it is a kanji you need to level up?


#7
Apraxas said... You are a love ;D
I'll test the item level addon tonight, does it show if it is a kanji you need to level up?
 What do you mean? A kanji required to finish the current level? If so, it doesn't.

#8
ruipgpinheiro said...
Apraxas said... You are a love ;D
I'll test the item level addon tonight, does it show if it is a kanji you need to level up?
 What do you mean? A kanji required to finish the current level? If so, it doesn't.
 Yep exactly that ;] is the thing to make my bear heart dance :D

#9
Apraxas said...
ruipgpinheiro said...
Apraxas said... You are a love ;D
I'll test the item level addon tonight, does it show if it is a kanji you need to level up?
 What do you mean? A kanji required to finish the current level? If so, it doesn't.
 Yep exactly that ;] is the thing to make my bear heart dance :D
The problem is that is not information that is made available during the reviews. I'd have to implement the Wanikani API and require users to enter their API keys. Everything right now in these 2 scripts works solely off information Koichi makes available client-side during reviews (mainly the SRS level and whether readings are kun or on)

#10

Couldn’t you just assume that any kanji or radical item that’s the same level as the user and is apprentice is probably necessary to level up?


#11
jimpjorps said... Couldn't you just assume that any kanji or radical item that's the same level as the user and is apprentice is probably necessary to level up?
 I thought of that, but that's the thing - during reviews we do not have a way of linking kanji to levels. We only get the kanji ID, the readings, meanings, and srs level. Nothing more.

A possible way would be to "export" the Wanikani kanji DB (Kanji and their respective levels) into the user script, but that's way overkill.

#12

Oh, that’s silly.  I thought the kanji had its level as part of its metadata.


#13

Nope. It would certainly be useful for userscripts, but I guess it’s not part of the metadata available during reviews since it’s not required, to keep localStorage size down. Still, even if we had the kanji level, we’d still have to find the user’s level somehow (through an API call).


#14

1.1.1 (23 January 2014)
- Now supports the HTTPS protocol.


#15

This is a great script.

Thank you very much for writing and sharing it.

H.


#16

Not surprisingly, incorporating this script into WK Mobile was a pleasure. This script is so useful that I fail to see any valid reason to add an option to disable it.
Only problem I see is that, this way, I can’t credit you in the app, but only on the store and the source code. Is that ok for you?
Thanks!


#17
s84606 said... Not surprisingly, incorporating this script into WK Mobile was a pleasure. This script is so useful that I fail to see any valid reason to add an option to disable it.
Only problem I see is that, this way, I can't credit you in the app, but only on the store and the source code. Is that ok for you?
Thanks!
 Go ahead :)

#18

Sorry to hear you are leaving WK. Good luck and thanks again for this great script.

H


#19

Anyone has a copy of this still? userscripts.org is dead.


#20

I have a copy of it. Here is a link to a zip of a folder containing the script and the jquery that goes with it

https://mega.co.nz/#!MhkmASZa!9bbW_5-rwq9I_UtGrLC-VsO4NGLl6749y18nSazpEzg

However, since yesterday the script has stopped working, the reviews hang on the loading screen.