Occasionally I wonder why I spend half an hour a day memorizing how to write kanji. It's not like I expect it to have any practical use. It's something to do, I suppose, in that I feel marginally less futile when I do it than when I don't. Like the leg strengthening exercises which, far as I can see, have no effect whatsoever on my leg strength and ability to walk. For a bit there my lower back seemed to be better but now it's in spasm again. Otherwise I'd be writing kani for an hour a day and resent the fact that I can't.
But I did figure out why my bank kept rejecting my password when I used the tablet. Hold a vowel too long and the tablet will automatically give it an accent. e becomes è. This wouldn't happen if webpages actually let you see your password when you type but no, it's there and gone because they assume everyone is touch-typing and watching the screen rather than pressing keys with a stylus like me.