I don’t think that’s necessary. Looking at dialects and a few rules should let you know which one is being used. See these:
I see, thank you. It seems I hadn’t done enough research - I’ll look into these articles. Maybe you’re right and such a script isn’t even necessary.
I’d deeply appreciate a writing practice mode. The way I imagine it, it would just task you with the name of a kanji either in kana or english and you would scribble it on paper. Ideally it would use the kanji already taught, including jukujo. There’s no checking possible with paper, so it’d be self-reported or without a metric.
I understand this is possible with some WK-to-anki workaround but I’d rather it be integrated directly.
Maybe KameSame or KaniWani could work for your purposes?
I’ve tested them both now, and I think I can make kamesame do what i want. Thank for the advice!
Any ideas for making these play well together? I don’t think I can live without Later Crabigator, even thought Anki Mode seems super helpful too…
Version 1.2 of Later Crabigator is now compatible with Anki Mode. If you want to be able to use Enter to push back a question, you again have to change
const SKIP_WHEN_ANSWER_EMPTY from
true in the script’s code.
You can push back a question as long as you haven’t shown the answer with Anki Mode (I haven’t disabled the button in this situation, but it is without function).
awesome! thanks - I’ll check it out (at 0 reviews at the moment - how lovely is that!)
to quote what I intially suggested in the “Flaming Durtles” thread:
Hello, A new feature suggestion : at the end of a review session, to give the ability to start a blindtest with the items of that session. The audio is played without displaying details. Two big buttons are available: to display that item’s details (ie blindtest solution). to listen to the next item. Remaining available action is to return to the session summary. Regards :slight_smile: The fact that you just play through items make it quick like an anki session. Judging by your speed you realise if you know the item well enough.
Thanks & Regards, -David
See this GitHub thread:
I’m looking for the same style listening test, but didn’t find it yet. 2 options:
IKnow rapid quiz with wanikani decks. Love this, but it doesn’t sync with my progress which is disappointing.
self study quiz - I’m using this daily. Good, but I still dream of something better
Advice from @rfindley (earlier in this thread)
In Self-Study Quiz, you could do a rapid audio quiz like this:
- Just say the answer out loud instead of typing anything.
- If you get it right, just press ctrl-right to move to the next question without typing anything.
- If you get it wrong, put an “x” in the answer field to mark it wrong
- If you need to see the answer, press F1 or ?
- Press ctrl-right to move on to the next question.
- When you reach the end of the quiz (or if you press escape to quit early), you’ll see a summary screen with all of the ones you marked wrong, and you can click the Re-quiz button to review just the ones you marked.
it differs from my need : i realized that in my case, I could not to listen a word audio and recognize its meaning.
When reading, you may not master a word, but you can retrieve its meaning and pronunciation from its spelling.
When doing a audio blindtest, recognition of the word can only happen if you truly mastering the word spelling, pronunciation and pitch.
To me, succeeding in such a audio blindtest would be a much better proof that you know the word by heart.
The self-study quiz listening mode does that well. Listen to the word. Decide if you know it, check the meaning of you like. Mark it as right or wrong. Get to the end, retest the ones you missed. No typing or reading. Just listen.
I do this for all recently reviewed items twice a day. Gives me plenty of listening practice. Usually looks something like listening test for 60 items, retest 10, retest 3, got it.
A script that shows you if the kanji/radicl you are currently reviewing makes you level up (current level)
similar to confusion guesser
So which exactly do you want? To know if it’s current level, or if it is required (or could be) for level-up?
For example, some levels after 42 don’t require you to do any current level radical lessons (with so few radicals in those levels anyway) to level up.
let’s pretend this is a kanji or radical
i want to get a warning whenever a symbol is needed for the current level up
it could look like the suggestion box or simply a warning emoji shows somewhere, preferably close to the symbol so my eyes don’t need to wander too far
script that removes the burned section or prevents items from ever getting there keeping them in a 6 month loop or less
I wonder if it would be possible to customise the order of the kanji being learned.
I love wanikani, but my japanese lessons use Basic Kanji Book and the kanji order is different, so I use wanikani less when taking lessons.
I took a initial look at the API, but I’m not sure if it’s possible to change the order
Quick question! I am not sure if this is the right thread but anyway.
I was wondering if there is an userscript that lets me see how many vocabs are on a level on the main page of wanikani (you know just like you can see the radicals and the kanji )