A good place to start is here. It’s the topic which memrisesteph linked to previously. It may look a bit daunting at first but I, too, had no previous experience of scripts and there are only a couple of steps to go through. If I can do it, anyone can! I can now switch the script on and off depending on whether I am doing a typing course that contains phrases (more than 15 characters) or a non-typing course.
To get started, click on the “Readme” link in cooljingle’s first post in that other topic and then install the relevant extension. I use Chrome so, for me, it was Tampermonkey. When that’s done, you should see a new button on the top right hand side of your toolbar. For Tampermonkey, it’s a black square with two white dots.
Next, go back to the “Memrise All Typing” instructions and install the script by clicking on the link provided. You’re nearly done!
Next, click on the new toolbar button and then choose “Dashboard”. You should see that the “Memrise All Typing” script has been added. It should say “Version 0.1.4”.
Yay! You’ve done it!
To turn the script on or off when you are learning/reviewing on Memrise, click on the toolbar button and then on “Enabled”. If the green tick is showing, it will be set to ‘all typing’. If the red cross is showing, the script is turned off.