What do you want now? (Request extensions here)

Hi,
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.

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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

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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 :thinking:

Not possible

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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 )

Go here:

https://www.wkstats.com/v2/items/wanikani

You can configure the report to display the information you want. You will need to enter an API V2 key to enable the functionality though.

Huh? isn’t that just a stats report page?
with main page I mean there, under the kanjis:

You have to go to the Items > Wanikani submenu.

Items

There you can have a list of items. To have what you want you click on Open Config and have the items grouped by level and item type.

Group

Once you have done that the report will display like this:

This screenshot shows just level 1 but you have the info for all levels.

But that only shows it on this https://www.wkstats.com/v2/items/wanikani page
not when I go to https://www.wanikani.com/dashboard
At least that doesn’t change anything on my dashboard.

Correct. This is the exact link I gave you.

I believe you don’t really know what I mean, I wanna see this on my Wanikani dashboard, not on a statistic page. I wanted to know if there is an userscript that makes them appear on dashboard right under the kanji. NOT at wkstats ^^

You didn’t say so. I thought you just wanted the information. I am not aware of such a script. Be aware that this will display around 190 vocab items per level which takes a lot of room on the dashboard.

The closest that I know of is the Item Inspector script that I wrote. It does not display a list of icons like you want but you can configure it to display a table of vocabulary items for the current level on your dashboard. If you are willing to settle for this I can help you setting up the configuration that you need.

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i said several times „main page“ of wanijani and even showed you a picture.
But anyway thanks for trying to help. I will try out the script thanks

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I used this one for a long time (until I got to 60). Not sure if it still works, but you could give it a try

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Sadly it doesn’t seem to work anymore but thank you very much!

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Here is the procedure to get the configuration that will do what you want.

You need to go to the setting dialog as follow:

Once in the settings you should create a new table. Don’t delete the existing tables because they will become handy eventually. To create the table you must go on the Tables tab, then click on the New button. A Table called <untitled> will show up. You should rename it to Vocabulary or whatever name you prefer using the Edit Table Name field…

Newname

Once this is done you should make the Vocabulary table the default table, that is the table that displays when you start Wanikani and when you refresh the browser. You do this by clicking the up arrow until the table is in the top position.

Top

Then you need to configure filters. You must make sure the Vocabulary table is selected and then you go to the Filters tab. There you click on the Item Type cleckbox to enable this filter. You select Vocabulary to display the vocabulary items. You also click on the Level checkbox to enable this filter. Then you enter +0 to select the current level. It is important that you have the + sign, a plain 0 won’t work. You leave all the other filters checkboxes unchecked because otherwise these filters will get in the way. This configuration will select all vocabulary items for your current level.

Then you go on the Contents tab to select which information will be displayed in the table along with the vocabulary items. There are many options you can explore. I suggest you begin with the ones displayed below. It is important that you leave the Random Selection at 0, otherwise the table won’t display all vocabulary items.

Contents

I hope this configuration will suit your needs.

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