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Numeric Keypad Remapping – ease bugs fixed

<10kB. Updated 2018-08-26.
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This add-on provides several keymapping changes to make it more comfortable to use the numeric keypad for reviews. If you only like some of the changes, you can elect to enable only the ones you like. This add-on incorporates the following other add-ons: If you have either of these already, you should delete them before installing this add-on to avoid unexpected behavior. Changes This add-on makes five changes to default behavior: Configuration You can selectively disable any of these changes in the add-on's config (choose Tools > Add-ons, then select the add-on in the list and click the Config button; or edit the add-on in Anki 2.0). The add-on starts with all of them enabled; disabling all of them is equivalent to Anki's default behavior. Notes While these are not changes in this add-on, it should also be noted that the bury (-), mark (*), and study deck (/) commands are also easily accessible on the keypad. This add-on fixes a bug found in the previous version of Numeric Keypad Remapping where clicking the ease buttons did not work as expected. Support If you have problems or suggestions, please email me at <anki@sorenbjornstad.com>. I have no way of responding to issues posted in reviews, so please do not post reviews with the intention of reporting problems.


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on 1605105687
It's awesome, thank you.

I just want to use the Fail/Good/Easy buttons, I was using the Pass /Fail plugin before.
Reason was that I don't want to look at the buttons available every time to see if it's got 3 or 4, I just want 1 -> Fail, 2-> Pass without ever having to look.
The issue is I'm also learning a ton of new cards every day at the moment, with lots of learning steps, and some cards are just too easy to waste time on the learning steps, so I did need a 3->Easy button for those situations so the card can jump up without wasting my time, as I still want to see that card sometimes.
My settings for this (nothing else changed):
"cascadeButtonMappings": {
"2": [
"3": [
"4": [
on 1581671859
Will speed up the review process

I'd also like to chance the "undo last review button" from "." to the NumPad-Enter Key. Is this possible?
on 1580586084
Absolutely necessary.
on 1577185782
Wonderful timesaving addon. Anyone having issues with card types with input or enhanced cloze 2.1 should change line 90 in __init__.py from self.mw.reviewer._showAnswer() to self.mw.reviewer._getTypedAnswer() as explained by ijgnd here(https://github.com/Arthur-Milchior/anki-enhanced-cloze/issues/15)
on 1568486152
Works great!!
on 1568474946
answerKeys = ('0', '1', '2', '3', '4') change to answerKeys = ('1', '2', '3', '4', '5'),
can you help me to modify the rest of codes
on 1566071379
Thanks for porting Answer Key Cascade! Exactly what I needed
on 1565960417
! be aware that it also remaps the number keys on the large keyboard

very orderly and useful add-on
on 1540393174
Works great.
on 1540343861
Finally! Thank you very much.