Kanji All in One Heisig RTK + Kondansha KKLC + Vocabulary Ex
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Sample (from 2328 notes)
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Go to browser to suspend the other 2 card types if you want.
In the search bar, type the following:
card:"PRODUCTION: Keyword to Kanji"
card:"MEMRISE: Keywords to Kanji"
You can suspend all the cards from those card types.
"RECOGNITION: Kanji to Keyword" is the first card type, so the one by default.
There are 2328 notes (kanji) x3 = 6984 cards in the deck.
also the same goes for 喻 keyword: metaphor.
I'll look in it, see if I can add the missing informations.
EDIT:I found a problem,since the font family is set to arial some of the kanji are shown in their "chinese" versions instead of their "japanese" versions this is easily seen in the characters for "sea" and "every" the correct kanji are 海 and 毎 without the 2 "drops" in the middle,the front cards have those drops.
I don't know how to change the font correctly,tried going to the browser and changing the font,but it remains the same,I hope the author can tell me how to change the font and fix this issue.
Yes production card template is my to do list. It's just a long list.
EDIT: You're absolutely right. I downloaded the top kanji decks to check and they have the same problem. I changed the font to MS PMincho, since that's what I used in my other decks. There were a lot fields to change, and you can't change the look-alike tab because it's all written in html before import. Anyway, I made all the corrections, and uploaded the deck again. All good now. Thanks for pointing it out.
I use KKLC as my main way to study Kanji but also used to do RTK so I like that it combines RTK and KKLC but uses KKLC order. All info about RTK is still here so it's also great for me as I can use some koohii stories. I love that it includes radical information so other learners not familiar with RTK can still take advantage of the stories. you can also click 'more stories' if some of the given stories didn't click with you. There's also the KKLC vocab for context. and some other info.
I tried most of the kanji deck but this is the best one so far. Looks great on mobile and I actually enjoy studying instead of dreading it.
Well made deck. Thanks!