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Posted 4/17/16
Episode 15, 7 minutes out, the IOU-note. I can't for the life of me find that Kanji. I have tried jisho, and every radical I can find in the Kanji, but nothing shows up. Line down, line across with a box under and a horisontal "trident" at the bottom.

Posted 4/17/16
If you post a pic from the anime or one you drew I could tell you.
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Posted 4/17/16 , edited 4/17/16
Koto - thing, fact



The radicals are ヨ (yo from Katakana, but drawn with the middle horizontal line bisecting the vertical), 口, 一 and 亅
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Posted 4/18/16 , edited 4/18/16

MidoriNoTora wrote:

Koto - thing, fact



The radicals are ヨ (yo from Katakana, but drawn with the middle horizontal line bisecting the vertical), 口, 一 and 亅


Thanks. Not easy to find that one. The vertical line looked like it was straight, without the inward bend at the bottom.
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Posted 4/18/16 , edited 4/18/16

SverreMunthe wrote:

Thanks. Not easy to find that one. The vertical line looked like it was straight, without the inward bend at the bottom.


If you use firefox, install the addon Rikaichan and its dictionaries. Once you have it installed and the icon available, just click it to activate it and after that any kana or kanji gets automatically highlighted if you hover over it.

How does it look? well...;


Depending on the dictionaries you installed, you can scroll through them easily with SHIFT;





Here are other available commands;



Very nifty if you're learning Kanji. A port exists for Chrome called rikaikun.

Edit; Though in this situation you might have had more help from this hadwritten Kanji search;

http://kanji.sljfaq.org/

^ You can set it to ignore stroke order to make it easier. I was able to find the kanji in question by drawing the lines so it worked, at least for the version of it seen here ( 事 ).
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Posted 4/18/16

Gracias2 wrote:


SverreMunthe wrote:

Thanks. Not easy to find that one. The vertical line looked like it was straight, without the inward bend at the bottom.


If you use firefox, install the addon Rikaichan and its dictionaries. Once you have it installed and the icon available, just click it to activate it and after that any kana or kanji gets automatically highlighted if you hover over it.

How does it look? well...;


Depending on the dictionaries you installed, you can scroll through them easily with SHIFT;





Here are other available commands;



Very nifty if you're learning Kanji. A port exists for Chrome called rikaikun.


But when you watch on Apple-TV there's no way to do that. Is there an app that will do so for anything you have on your screen (not in any specific app)?
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SverreMunthe wrote:

But when you watch on Apple-TV there's no way to do that. Is there an app that will do so for anything you have on your screen (not in any specific app)?


If you didn't catch my edit in above post, I repeat it here;

Edit; Though in this situation you might have had more help from this hadwritten Kanji search;

http://kanji.sljfaq.org/

^ You can set it to ignore stroke order to make it easier. I was able to find the kanji in question by drawing the lines so it worked, at least for the version of it seen here ( 事 ).

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