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This is not what you’re looking for but maybe it’s an alternative that could work too:
You could use the Self-Study Quiz script, which allows you to filter by SRS level. Additional filters, that are linked in the post, allow Leech training as well. Both seem useful to me in your situation!

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In addition to what avalia said, if you just want to see which items are stuck, https://www.wkstats.com/v2/items/wanikani has all kinds of sorting and filtering options.
Open the config, and turn off all but your Apprentice items, then look at the ones older than your current level.

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Is there a script that helps you tackle down level by level. For example I see 80 reviews know because I’m back to level 1 - 3 because my subscription is down. But this would be helpful if I could choose a level that I wanna focus one for the next week instead of all the 950 reviews from all the levels.

You can use the reorder script to sort by and filter out levels

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Do we have already have a script that shows the amount of Apprentice/Guru/… items per type on the dashboard?
So, e.g.: I have 100 Apprentice items but I would like to see that there are 20 radicals, 20 kanji and 60 vocabulary items at the Apprentice stage.

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Yes!

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Awesome, thank you!

I think I even had that installed at some point :woman_facepalming: , I don’t know why I couldn’t find it again. Thanks :slight_smile:

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An addon that forces you to give the correct answer 3 times in a row during the lessons quiz and optionally for anything you got wrong during your review would be nice.

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This may be something that already exists, but I can’t find it anywhere. I’m looking for something that will just add my current level to the dashboard, preferably somewhere in one of these two blue boxes…

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I think @Kumirei made something like that, but there’s no thread for the script so it’s hard to find.

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This is it: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/383374-wanikani-dashboard-level

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Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!

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Keep spreadin’ the Kumi gospel!

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I didn’t make a thread for it because I thought it would be a temporary script. sigh I suppose WK isn’t going to bring back the dashboard level and I should make a thread for it.

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I am often gazing at the Ultimate Timeline and its next-level markers, hoping a nice person may create a script that displays a countdown to the next level :timer_clock: :alarm_clock:.
Of course the countdown needs to be accurate, and account for how many radicals and kanji are left and what is the shortest path to reach 90% guru’ed kanji.

Oh man! That would be :sunny::love_you_gesture::metal::sunny:!!

Something like this is actually on my to-do list. I call it The Yellow Brick Road. I would make it for you if I had the time.

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I have all the code necessary to calculate the shortest path to level-up for use on wkstats v2, which also uses wkof. It’s sitting on my PC waiting for me to write the interface portion…

…and I also lack the time while doing contract work.

If only I could get paid to work on WK scripts :cry:

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@Kumirei @rfindley
Also, it would be cool if the script can figure out what is the minimum amount of review sessions and their time.
For example, if there are :

  • 10:00 : review of apprentice-3 kanji #1
  • 11:00 : review of apprentice-3 kanji #2
  • 12:00 : review of apprentice-3 kanji #3

You know that you need to connect to WK only once, at 12:00, to perform the reviews of all 3 kanjis. This is more time-efficient than connect at 10:00, then 11:00, then 12:00.

On the other hand, you dont want to postpone all the kanji reviews to the slowest-progressing kanji. The script specifications would need some think-through …

What about an individual item or global settings “do not burn” flag? In which, if the flag was set and an Enlightened item came up for review, success just made it Enlightened again, with a new review time 4 months later?

This would be kind of proactively equivalent to an ‘unburn’ button, but it’s not the same as ‘resurrect’. The item wouldn’t go all the way down to apprentice (or down at all, it would just not go up).

A script couldn’t practically do that. There’s really only two options:

  • Answer correctly, item becomes Burned.
  • Answer incorrectly, item becomes Guru 2.