Wanikani Override Userscript 1.1.2 ("Ignore Answer" Button) [No longer supported]

duggulous said... Hey, users of this script: where did you get a working version?  I tried installing from here, and it doesn't work. 
 What browser did you use? What extension do you use to install the user script? What is your OS?
duggulous said... Hey, users of this script: where did you get a working version?  I tried installing from here, and it doesn't work. 
 version 1.1.3 is a working version, but the OP only supported it up until 1.1.2. Going back two pages on this thread, you find:
 - https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/9867-wanikani-override
 - /t/WK-Override-fixed-for-Greasemonkey/7428/1
 - https://gist.github.com/Beanow/9ea55a4d73d6156f01c9  (click 'Raw' text to the file title, on the right side of the screen)
 
I'm not going to test out which one is the right one (they probably both are) because I don't want to lose my working version.



Mempo said...   version 1.1.3 is a working version, but the OP only supported it up until 1.1.2. Going back two pages on this thread, you find:
 - https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/9867-wanikani-override
 - /t/WK-Override-fixed-for-Greasemonkey/7428/1
 - https://gist.github.com/Beanow/9ea55a4d73d6156f01c9  (click 'Raw' text to the file title, on the right side of the screen)
 
I'm not going to test out which one is the right one (they probably both are) because I don't want to lose my working version.
 The greasyfork one with 9867 in the URL should work.  That's what I used as a starting point when I wrote my own custom script.
Mempo said.I'm not going to test out which one is the right one (they probably both are) because I don't want to lose my working version.
 Haha, fair enough.  Thanks for the links!

rfindley said...The greasyfork one with 9867 in the URL should work.  That's what I used as a starting point when I wrote my own custom script.
 much obliged!
rfindley said...
Mempo said...   version 1.1.3 is a working version, but the OP only supported it up until 1.1.2. Going back two pages on this thread, you find:
 - https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/9867-wanikani-override
 - /t/WK-Override-fixed-for-Greasemonkey/7428/1
 - https://gist.github.com/Beanow/9ea55a4d73d6156f01c9  (click 'Raw' text to the file title, on the right side of the screen)
 
I'm not going to test out which one is the right one (they probably both are) because I don't want to lose my working version.
 The greasyfork one with 9867 in the URL should work.  That's what I used as a starting point when I wrote my own custom script.
 Thanks! that worked!

Thank you very much for providing this script.

I installed the 9867 version and confirm it works on Safari browser.

The first time I ran the script, I typed hiragana characters without realising that my keyboard was not set to romaji.  The “ignore” button allowed me to do it again.

This script seems to have been broken by a recent Tampermonkey update.  I understand the author is no longer supporting it, anyone else have an ignore script I can use?  Not having an ignore button anymore is killing me. 

BasiltheBatLord said... This script seems to have been broken by a recent Tampermonkey update.  I understand the author is no longer supporting it, anyone else have an ignore script I can use?  Not having an ignore button anymore is killing me. 
 I just tested it with the latest Tampermonkey version and everything is fine.

I'm pretty sure you have the wrong version of the script installed. Even though I only posted it a few comments up, here is a working version of the script: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/9867-wanikani-override

Apparently there already was a shortcut in the script, but it wasn’t working any more, so I changed it to the ESC key.

Re-uploaded here: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/23696-wanikani-override

@ShotgunLagoon: if you see this, maybe change your version too. More than a thousand people are already using your one ;p

Mempo said... Apparently there already was a shortcut in the script, but it wasn't working any more, so I changed it to the ESC key.

Re-uploaded here: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/23696-wanikani-override

@ShotgunLagoon: if you see this, maybe change your version too. More than a thousand people are already using your one ;p
Hmm... I dusted off an old copy a couple days ago after @BasiltheBatLord's post, tried it on my test account, and the '~' key worked fine.  I was gonna post about it, but then saw your response.

But then again, I probably rewrote a lot of the code in my copy.  I was doing a lot of experimental stuff in my early levels.

[EDIT:  "experimental stuff"  <--- coding ^_^ ]

The ignore answer button was gone for me too after I updated to macOS Sierra - which probably updated Safari as well.

Updating TamperMonkey from their website did the trick for me and I have the button back.

jdduarte said...Updating TamperMonkey from their website did the trick for me and I have the button back.
 Thanks. Never think I would have to update the monkey.

Safari 10.0 / MacAir 11 / OS X El Capitan 10.11.6
TamperMonkey 4.2.5291

I had decided not to get this one, but when 二 appeared for my burn review and I was a bit to fast ending up typing の instead of に and hitting enter before I realized that i shifted one to the right when typing, thus failing, there was no way around it, haha :stuck_out_tongue:

Just fixed the script to work with FF57 and Greasemonkey 4
https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/35836-wanikani-override

@srfacanha,
You may want to also cross-post this to the thread for the ‘active’ version of this script:

The thought crossed my mind. However they’re no longer the same script. I’d
have to look into that script and replicate the same changes.

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Out of curiosity (and if it’s relatively simple to summarize), what was required to make it compatible with FF57/GM4? I haven’t looked into GM4 issues yet.

Not much, just changing a couple of instructions that are no longer
supported (GM_addstyle) and change the way you access events, because GM4
doesn’t allow direct access anymore (something related to their new
security approach). It doesn’t affect other monkeys as far as I know, for
now… However it may need further changes in the future as they are
gradually removing backwards compatibility.

I can send the changes I’ve made, but not now, because I’m typing from the
phone.

Thanks for the fix! you’re a champ!

You are awesome , thanks.