I was wondering if it would be possible to improve feedback when the letters are correct but the tones are wrong in a spelling exercise. For example, in the screenshot attached the speaker said “shí/十”, but “shī” was input and accepted. What I would prefer to happen is that it would be marked as “Almost Correct” and I could be shown which tone I choose incorrectly.
I’m aware that if I have typed the correct tones the answer will be auto-accepted (i.e. without hitting enter), and I can to some extent use that as an indicator that I have the tones right. I think this does not work as well using the keyboard that I am to type tones (it seems inconsistent at auto-accepting even when I’m confidant that the tones are correct for a one syllable answer), and gets harder to use correctly if it won’t auto accept for spacing/hyphenation issues.