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3-18-2010 @ 4:07PM
Great compilation. Now someone has to create an addon that automatically suggests possible translations in game for those sentences when someone says them or so you can say it in other languages.
3-18-2010 @ 4:34PM
I'd actually really recommend this. Before the creation of south American realms I'd run into many Brazilian players, and were it not for my understanding of spanish, I probably would not have been able to run with them. I'd imagine this is even harder on EU realms, in which many countries do not have servers that support their language. I also hear a function like this is built into FFXI and works rather smoothly.
3-18-2010 @ 5:07PM
I'm actually working on a phrasebook addon atm. These translations will rove really handy.
3-18-2010 @ 5:09PM
3-19-2010 @ 2:02AM
@Omacron - Brazillians speak Portugeuse not Spannish
3-19-2010 @ 12:24PM
@OmacronThe FFXI translator does work pretty well, though it can have its confusing points. For instance, "cap" translates as "limit", though many English speakers think it refers to a hat. It also tends to be used by some players in public channels to come up with some... interesting... phrases, often involving a .
3-19-2010 @ 12:31PM
Blasted html tags!At the end it's supposed to have (Mithra) (fun) (hole)
3-21-2010 @ 2:01PM
I am on it as well. Id love to help the fella involved in making his phrasebook addon.Please get ahold of me somehow. I'll post my email or find a way to send it to you if you reply to this again...just so i know youre reading this and my email won't be out there for naught.Also, ill use a fake "feeder" mail that selectively sends to my main real email, just so no one else will get it.
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