WaniKani TimeLine not working (Chrome TamperMonkey)


#1

Hi,

My timeline, that I got when I installed the reorderscript, is just not loading anymore. Have doublechecked that both the script and TamperMonkey itself are enabled. 
Have also tried restarting the browser. It’s probably something really obvious I’m missing, any ideas?

Edit:
I figured it out! the first time the script runs, it fetches your API-key. I recently reset my API-key, and I guess it still uses my old API-key, a reinstall fixed it! I’ll try to write to the person who made the script :slight_smile:


#2

I am also having issues with the latest Chrome Canary update and reordering script.


#3

I am using Firefox and I am also getting wrong information from the WK timeline extension.


#4

Not sure if you are referring to my version of the timeline script but…

I have a new version that will be released in a few days.  It’s a total rewrite – entirely my own code this time – with a lot of new features.  I still have a few details to finish, and am doing as much testing as I can before release.  Look for a release thread in a few days.

The current version is just an adaptation of someone else’s code from a few years ago.  I updated it a little, and added a few small features, without really addressing the known issues until recently.

The new script fetches API key in the background, and handles the case where a user changes his key.
The graph is now absolute-time based (i.e. 3:00am) instead of relative-time based (9 hrs).
Hovering over a graph bar optionally shows a full detailed look at the contents of an upcoming review.  This makes it easy to examine what levels the items are at, as well as SRS level.  And for people that want to do so, you can even look at every individual item in the review, though it is advisable to really understand how that would affect your specific learning method.  That option can be disabled in the settings window.

EDIT:  And, btw, my email is <deleted>, in case anyone wants to contact me about my various scripts.  Although I’m Level 60, I’ll still be around for at least 5 months while burning the remainder of my items.


#5
rfindley said... Not sure if you are referring to my version of the timeline script but....

I have a new version that will be released in a few days.  It's a total rewrite -- entirely my own code this time -- with a lot of new features.  I still have a few details to finish, and am doing as much testing as I can before release.  Look for a release thread in a few days.

The current version is just an adaptation of someone else's code from a few years ago.  I updated it a little, and added a few small features, without really addressing the known issues until recently.

The new script fetches API key in the background, and handles the case where a user changes his key.
The graph is now absolute-time based (i.e. 3:00am) instead of relative-time based (9 hrs).
Hovering over a graph bar optionally shows a full detailed look at the contents of an upcoming review.  This makes it easy to examine what levels the items are at, as well as SRS level.  And for people that want to do so, you can even look at every individual item in the review, though it is advisable to really understand how that would affect your specific learning method.  That option can be disabled in the settings window.

EDIT:  And, btw, my email is rfindley@usa.net, in case anyone wants to contact me about my various scripts.  Although I'm Level 60, I'll still be around for at least 5 months while burning the remainder of my items.
 
Thanks for the answer, I forgot to type it above, but I really appreciate the work you have done and is doing!
If a feature to set a start time for the slider, and not just an end time, would appear that would be cool aswell.

Right now the vanilla wanikani only lets me see how many reviews are within the comming 24 hours, but it would be much more useful, for me atleast, if I could get info on the next literal day. from 00.00am to 23.59pm.

Sorry for throwing feature suggestions on you, I guess I should just get coding myself:)

#6
Stagrid said...Right now the vanilla wanikani only lets me see how many reviews are within the comming 24 hours, but it would be much more useful, for me atleast, if I could get info on the next literal day. from 00.00am to 23.59pm.
I'm working on a feature to be able to highlight a region on the timeline, and it generates a summary of the reviews within that region.  So, I think that might accomplish what you're talking about.