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Extra contents beyond WaniKani.
npm i -g yarn,
yarn ts scripts/sort-anki.ts
Card types will be sorted accordingly, so you can use Writing, if you have such card types.
Note that Kanji beyond WaniKani may be modified or sorted in the future, depending on Kanji with common components that aren’t Wanikani radicals and my experience.
Note that the latter two are Git issues, which are not only open up to suggestions, but also that images can be pasted / uploaded.
This repo is an intention and a notebook to study Kanji characters, that is, similar to what WaniKani intends to do.
However, I am by no means intend to limit myself to Kanji taught by WaniKani, nor the readings or the associated vocabularies. Though, I am not particularly interested in learning Kanji specifically right now.
I also consider stepping into fonts' territory, if I deem that necessary; for example, if Han unification changes Kanji to an unexceptable Chinese variant.
It is also possible that I will add Chinese contents (Hanzi) in the future.