Subtiteled FMVs?

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Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by qwerty800 » 27 Apr 2009, 02:43

I haven't tired the 2.2 release (svn) yet, but I just wanted to know if the FMVs were subtitled?
And if not, why not do so? :D

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Re: Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by Zarel » 27 Apr 2009, 05:01

Yep, they're subtitled.

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Re: Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by qwerty800 » 30 Apr 2009, 23:03

Weird...

In my case the FMVs are subtitled but don't seem use the (French) translation. Instead, they're in English.

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Re: Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by Zarel » 01 May 2009, 02:34

The maintainers (including myself, so I'm not pointing fingers here) are really bad at updating the language files.

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Re: Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by sich » 01 May 2009, 10:21

Hello,

Where can we find the original english file to translate ?
Is there some howto to explain how to translate and give you the good file ?

I can help for translation if needed...

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Re: Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by Kaldera » 01 May 2009, 18:34

The subtitles are .txt files found in base.wz\sequenceaudio + subdirs and not localized (why???)
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Re: Subtiteled FMVs?

Post by Buginator » 02 May 2009, 05:23

Kaldera wrote:The subtitles are .txt files found in base.wz\sequenceaudio + subdirs and not localized (why???)
It is because, they are read from a text file. I am not even sure how we would handle translations, since the way we do it now, the macro _("whatever") is handled by gettext.
(http://www.gnu.org/manual/gawk/html_nod ... ttext.html)


So, as of right now, it isn't possible to translate the subtitles.
and it ends here.

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