It runs entirely in-browser (no backend, etc.) and is currently available at the following URL (replace “api_v1_key” with, shockingly, your API v1 key, found in Settings -> Account, or in the API page accessible from the Wanikani footer):
This is awesome since I can see how much I’ve really learned so far kanji wise. I wonder though if there was any way to incorporate it into something like wallpaper engine so that you could have updating kanji wallpapers or something like that but IDK how that would work. Anyways thanks, its super cool!
EDIT: Oh yep you can, there is a place to use URLs as wallpapers I have mine set up now
Its nothing special I just had to look it up on steam forums because I guess I’m blind and missed it the first time around. From there you can just enter the URL and it works just like the website! Only bad thing is wallpaper engine isn’t free but after searching a bit there seems to be a few ways to get a website to work as background with some other free software, but some of it seems a bit sketchy. Here what the background looks like with an absurd amount of icons on my desktop haha:
Yeah, I checked images as well I also found 読み込み中 in the same way and through translators and dictionaries, but without context (and with only 2 months of learning kanjis and no grammar), it’s difficult to know if that’s a correct use.
Hi! I haven’t worked on it since that time no, but if you have specific requests, please list them here and I can consider them I don’t have a huge amount of time but some things might be simple enough.