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jeross
Just finished the last missing danish translations :D
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peppy
Thanks to whoever went over all the traditional chinese localisations. Looks like you did a good job cleaning things up.
Howl
Translated the new string in italian, and fixing some errors that marcostudios made.
XPJ38
There are many "\n" in the new BSS lines. Are they necessary or can we replace them by actual line breaks?
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peppy
Please replace with actual line breaks. Not sure how this happened.
- Nyurin -
hello ppy,
could you add items of user menu (buttons show up when clicking on user panel) and the description of !help?
most UI elements are translated except those so I hope they could be added in the doc too.
Thanks.
ludacha_DELETED
I'm working on rechecking and rewriting quite a number of Croatian translations.
- Nyurin -
Hi, I've changed zh-CHT from 中文(繁體) to 中文(正體).

Actually it's more like a rectification, since 繁體 means 'Complicated' in Chinese, 繁體中文 is actually a negative name.
If you wish to say Traditional Chinese in Chinese in a more proper way, I'd recommend to use "正體中文" (or 中文(正體) ).

I am not sure if changing that makes the in-game language setting goes wrong, so... just mentioning it.

If you wish it to stay the former way, feel free to undo this change.
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peppy
Sounds fine to me.
wmfchris
Sounds odd to me, as a Hong Kong player.

It has been known as 繁體 for Hong Kong and Macau and 正體 is the Taiwan term.

I believe that 繁體 is generally known in both area, while the other term is less recognized.

I prefer using 繁體.

Check the localization in wikipedia:



There are five different versions. Here is the translation in order:

1) Simplified Chinese for mainland China

2) Traditional Chinese (繁體) for Hong Kong.

3) Traditional Chinese (繁體) for Macau.

4) Simplified Chinese for Singapore and Malaysia.

5) Traditional Chinese (正體) for Taiwan.
Scorpiour
actually "繁體" does not refer to "Complicated" but "Unsimplified", opposite to "Simplified" directly with no additional meaning.

plus, i think wmf's suggestion is the most exact way to distinguish them.
Oinari-sama
I've restored it back to "繁體" as it is a more recognised term.

If anyone feel that there's a need to change it to "正體" please feel free to discuss.
Meikyuuiri Tsumi

ludacha wrote:

I'm working on rechecking and rewriting quite a number of Croatian translations.
Cool, thanks. I checked them all a few times after translating, but there is never too much caution, so yeah.
Anyway, thank you. It's great(and a relief honestly), to know that I'm not the only one doing this.
Pannari
Fixed some entries in finnish a few days ago.
- Nyurin -
uhh I see ;w; I had mistaken "繁體" as Complicated since the word "繁" was negative on my opinion.
But now, as other Chinese users explained, I think it's okay to use "繁體" too.
Sorry for the trouble!
Bara-
Did EVERYTHING in Dutch what wasn't translated (around 100 lines) in the Faq area from around 50-60% to 100% :D
Dutch is 100% done now :D
ludacha_DELETED

Meikyuuiri Tsumi wrote:

ludacha wrote:

I'm working on rechecking and rewriting quite a number of Croatian translations.
Cool, thanks. I checked them all a few times after translating, but there is never too much caution, so yeah.
Anyway, thank you. It's great(and a relief honestly), to know that I'm not the only one doing this.
No problem, I enjoy doing this!

Edit: It's 2 am at the moment and I've just finished translating Croatian to 100%. I'm off to bed now, could you review it sometime and, of course, change what's needed?
Post Scriptum: One thing caught my eye. The language name was "Hrvatska" and not "Hrvatski". The former translates to "Croatia" whilst the latter translates to "Croatian". Huge typo in the language name itself. I've mostly corrected grammar mistakes (s/sa, k/ka, kad/kada, č/ć, ije/je, ne+glagol, inverzije, glasovne promjene etc.) and shifted everything into 2nd person plural (ti -> vi) in order to make it consistent and formal (in a good way). I also rewrote a decent amount of the translations in order to get rid of anglicisms and use more suitable, Croatian words.
Cheers.
Meikyuuiri Tsumi
No problem, I enjoy doing this!

Edit: It's 2 am at the moment and I've just finished translating Croatian to 100%. I'm off to bed now, could you review it sometime and, of course, change what's needed?
Post Scriptum: One thing caught my eye. The language name was "Hrvatska" and not "Hrvatski". The former translates to "Croatia" whilst the latter translates to "Croatian". Huge typo in the language name itself. I've mostly corrected grammar mistakes (s/sa, k/ka, kad/kada, č/ć, ije/je, ne+glagol, inverzije, glasovne promjene etc.) and shifted everything into 2nd person plural (ti -> vi) in order to make it consistent and formal (in a good way). I also rewrote a decent amount of the translations in order to get rid of anglicisms and use more suitable, Croatian words.
Cheers.
I reviewed it and made small, very minor changes. Nothing big. I also made a few notes so you can check them if you want. Very nice job, my biggest promblem was finding the most suitable words for some of the phrases. You seem to have broader expressing skills and you very well hit the spot where I somewhat failed or made a wrong decision.
ludacha_DELETED
No problem, I enjoy doing this!

Edit: It's 2 am at the moment and I've just finished translating Croatian to 100%. I'm off to bed now, could you review it sometime and, of course, change what's needed?
Post Scriptum: One thing caught my eye. The language name was "Hrvatska" and not "Hrvatski". The former translates to "Croatia" whilst the latter translates to "Croatian". Huge typo in the language name itself. I've mostly corrected grammar mistakes (s/sa, k/ka, kad/kada, č/ć, ije/je, ne+glagol, inverzije, glasovne promjene etc.) and shifted everything into 2nd person plural (ti -> vi) in order to make it consistent and formal (in a good way). I also rewrote a decent amount of the translations in order to get rid of anglicisms and use more suitable, Croatian words.
Cheers.
I reviewed it and made small, very minor changes. Nothing big. I also made a few notes so you can check them if you want. Very nice job, my biggest promblem was finding the most suitable words for some of the phrases. You seem to have broader expressing skills and you very well hit the spot where I somewhat failed or made a wrong decision.
Thanks, I have made a change or two and responded to some of your notes. So as of now this is pretty much complete?
Meikyuuiri Tsumi

ludacha wrote:

No problem, I enjoy doing this!

Edit: It's 2 am at the moment and I've just finished translating Croatian to 100%. I'm off to bed now, could you review it sometime and, of course, change what's needed?
Post Scriptum: One thing caught my eye. The language name was "Hrvatska" and not "Hrvatski". The former translates to "Croatia" whilst the latter translates to "Croatian". Huge typo in the language name itself. I've mostly corrected grammar mistakes (s/sa, k/ka, kad/kada, č/ć, ije/je, ne+glagol, inverzije, glasovne promjene etc.) and shifted everything into 2nd person plural (ti -> vi) in order to make it consistent and formal (in a good way). I also rewrote a decent amount of the translations in order to get rid of anglicisms and use more suitable, Croatian words.
Cheers.
I reviewed it and made small, very minor changes. Nothing big. I also made a few notes so you can check them if you want. Very nice job, my biggest promblem was finding the most suitable words for some of the phrases. You seem to have broader expressing skills and you very well hit the spot where I somewhat failed or made a wrong decision.
Thanks, I have made a change or two and responded to some of your notes. So as of now this is pretty much complete?
Seems that way, yes.
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