I know we talked about this in another thread but I wanted to explicitely ask and talk about this.
So, when I don't want to be quizzed a certain reading in the kanji schedules, is it really enough to just mark the readings as “unknown“. I'm not completely sure but it kind of seems that even after this I get those readings requizzed after a certain time. Also, even if this works, this kind of seems a bit tedious and also not very intuitive. I personally see no need to learn readings that are never or hardly used.
Edit: What would be awesome would be a global block of those readings (many of them, not all though) are already easy visible by the little x. So I guess they can be targeted somehow (programming wise).
Have the same problem sometimes. Making them "unknown" is not enough to block them from quizzes.
I kinda want a system where I can actively decide, which reading(s) I want to study. Sometimes I get to study a reading but don't even have an example vocab for that reading. (Set to "words I know") Back in school a kanji was introduced with e.g. onyomi, but when I put it into a schedule kunyomi would be quizzed first. I always thought that impractical.