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|Readme!.txt||1.82 kB||27 Nov 2006|
|Language Translator.exe||52.00 kB||09 Aug 2006|
This utility let you create your own languages files for JJ2 much more easy than a hex editor.
It’s nearly a year since i finished it becurse i lost the interest for it (it was realy hard work)
But now i post it, and i am sorry i didn’t made it 100% functional.
A very functional tool, very easy and simple to use, the faster you can type the faster the job is finished, but no ÅÄÖ? I can’t create a Swedish translation now. :-(
The interface is plain and user friendly, although the Help button seems to be broken, not that people need it when they have the Readme. Basically, all of JJ2’s text (in English) is in the window to the right, and your own translation goes in the window to the left. Just copy and paste the English version and replace the English words with your translation. All the buttons are self-explanatory. Couldn’t be more of a breeze.
It’s a good tool for everyone who has ever wanted to translate JJ2 into their own language, but the rating will be slightly reduced because of the missing characters.
It requires the .NET framework.
I couldn’t open it. Does it only work with service pack 2 or something?
Darn! It takes looooong time to write a new with it. It’s not very easy and fast way, but beats hex ten times.
I’ll try to make a Finnish language…
By the way, I don’t think it’s hard, because I’ve been programming GML, HTML, C++, and these and those, so I can’t see any problems in it, good work!
Runtime error, on XP SP 2, 0xc000…
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.