I am using Anki to learn, among other kinds, cards that contain lists of 2 to 8 elements or factors. I have to memorize these lists. For this I am using a note type that shows me the items of the list one item at a time upon a button click/press or keyboard equivalent.
I want to drill these kinds of lists. That is, I want to see a list presented several times before continuing to the next card. In sum, I want a command that turns back to the front/question side of the card.
My workaround for lack of the requested command is to type E (Edit) followed by Cmd-. (close edit). Then, after a slight delay while the waiting-for-editing display disappears, I see the card front again. Not bad, but it would be very nice to do it with a single key with an instant result. Perhaps the left-arrow key for desktop version?
EDIT: The " Toggle front and back card in Anki 2.1" add-on does this. Of course it’s limited to desktop versions.