7 Replies ・ Started by odraencoded at 2017-01-20 18:39:37 UTC ・ Last reply by choutouketsu at 2017-02-07 03:07:05 UTC

Jisho Kioku v0.3 - Chrome Extension

The long-forgotten Jisho Kioku extension which nobody even knew about to begin with has been updated and now features 2 more features than it did previously!

With a sum total of 4 features, Kioku can:

  1. Remember kanji you picked from radical search
  2. Filter radicals by their names and stroke count
  3. Remember the last hundred of searches you've done
  4. Bookmark terms, their furigana and meanings into a vocabulary list

Details with screenshots: http://www.japanesewithanime.com/2017/01/jisho-kioku-extension.html

Download link: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/35494429/jisho-kioku.crx

Feedback is welcome.

choutouketsu at 2017-01-25 08:41:44 UTC

hi, very excellent extension, but how could i delete some kanji that i already don't want to see.
Not clear all of them, but just one of them.

choutouketsu at 2017-01-25 08:54:31 UTC

Sorry, I mean the "Recent Searches"

odraencoded at 2017-01-30 00:56:22 UTC

Hey. I added the feature for you.


Now you can remove recent searches you don't want for some reason. This was what you wanted, right?

You'll have to download the updated .crx file ( https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/35494429/jisho-kioku.crx ), replace the old one with it, and then go to your extensions tab ( chrome://extensions/ ) and click reload. (the version number should change from 0.3 to 0.3.1)

Kimtaro Admin at 2017-02-02 20:48:48 UTC


I really need to make a page listing all the awesome extensions you all are building :D

choutouketsu at 2017-02-03 07:48:22 UTC

@odraencoded hi friend, It is really useful, thank you very much. now the only issue is chrome always disable the third party extensions, you will upload this extension to Chrome web store?

odraencoded at 2017-02-04 21:05:11 UTC

@Kimtaro I had made two (one for remembering the radicals, the other for filtering the radicals.) This update joins both those functions in one so I don't have two different extensions. It's like one single Jisho enhancement extension. :D

@choutouketsu I won't upload it to the Chrome web store if it's going to charge me $5 to do that. You need $5 so they can make sure you are a legit developer and not just some guy trying to spam apps. If you try to distribute an extension without going through their channels, the annoying third-party extensions popup shows up.

So, in a way, Google is charging $5 to remove their annoying popups. The irony!

choutouketsu at 2017-02-07 03:07:05 UTC

@odraencoded oh, it is indeed ironic. I am not rich but friend some day if you decide to upload it, I am willing to sponsor half. We can find some one willing to sponsor together and make it work.

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