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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #45 on: April 30, 2012, 01:10:56 AM »
I see, you didn't have german translation.
Here is my first partially translated text. If you set up a Dropbox folder for it and give me access, I can translate the rest from time to time and edit some points for a better translation.

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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #46 on: April 30, 2012, 07:48:54 PM »
I added the German language xml to the dropbox and updated the Spanish translation.  I had an issue with the character encoding that took a while to figure out (hopefully I didn't step on anyone's toes during that).
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #47 on: May 01, 2012, 04:21:36 AM »
Yes, that was my question as I've seen what happens with german umlauts.  :)
I'll wait with further editing the xml, because I didn't want to mess up the file.

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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #48 on: May 01, 2012, 04:43:15 AM »
Yes, that was my question as I've seen what happens with german umlauts.  :)
I'll wait with further editing the xml, because I didn't want to mess up the file.

As long as the text file is saved in UTF-8, it should work.  Do those umlauts not work in UTF-8?  If not I'll see if I can find out which encodings are supported by Android.
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #49 on: May 01, 2012, 05:00:33 AM »
the file looks like this


should be so


UTF-8 ??? wtf, don't be so technical. I've no clue.  ;D

btw, did you translate the first part ? can't remember that I did it.
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #50 on: May 01, 2012, 05:25:27 AM »
UTF-8 is the standard text encoding (special characters are different depending on how text is encoded).  Depends on your text editor how to check/ change the encoding (some might do it automagically).  In gedit, you can set it in the "save as" screen.  I'll do some googling to see if those particular characters require a different encoding.  I'm sure a language as common as German is supported by Android.

I'd say just get the translation in whatever format shows the characters properly, and I'll figure out how to make it work in Android (the characters were probably lost due to my attempt to convert the encoding)

BTW, Pelya translated that first section (it came with the DataDownloader module)
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #51 on: May 01, 2012, 01:55:04 PM »
Updated the strings file for Norwegian in the dropbox, please also take a look at the "comments.txt"  :)

I saw the Norwegian characters (???) from before were somewhat "garbled" - hopefully there won't be any encoding issues...
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #52 on: May 01, 2012, 04:32:58 PM »
ToVine asked about "RSP", which I actually had to look up, since I'm not all that familiar with many of the inter-workings of the core.  I originally thought this was the normal acronym for "Rapid Systems Prototyping".  In a software sense, this would refer to a system that adapts to the situation it finds itself in real-time.  However, upon further study, I believe this is actually referring to a component of the N64 Reality Co-Processor.  The "Reality Signal Processor" component is responsible for transformation, clipping, lighting calcualtions, and triangle setup.  In simpler terms, it is a VR chip.  I don't know if that helps any on the translations, but I suggest going through and re-translating this if you translated "Rapid Systems Prototyping" before, because the correct term should be "Reality Signal Processor".
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #53 on: May 01, 2012, 04:42:43 PM »
I put this in the OP, but in case anyone missed it, I plan to provide some of the donation money to the folks who do the translations once I'm able to publish this update to the Market.  Since several individuals could potentially contribute to each translation, I'll make my own judgement call on who put the most work into each translation (if anyone feels jipped by this, let me know.. this isn't meant to leave anyone out, just promote more language translations).
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #54 on: May 01, 2012, 04:51:08 PM »
ToVine also mentioned that someone might accidentally choose the wrong language and not know how to change it back.  My initial thought is to leave "Language" in English, but translate the tooltip string so that someone who doesn't speak English can understand it too.  However, the Language menu is under Settings, so the user who accidentally changed it might not be able to find it anyway.  Does anyone have thoughts on this?
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #55 on: May 02, 2012, 07:56:06 AM »
ToVine also mentioned that someone might accidentally choose the wrong language and not know how to change it back.  My initial thought is to leave "Language" in English, but translate the tooltip string so that someone who doesn't speak English can understand it too.  However, the Language menu is under Settings, so the user who accidentally changed it might not be able to find it anyway.  Does anyone have thoughts on this?
Make Language menu outside of settings in that case.

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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #56 on: May 05, 2012, 11:42:42 AM »
Updated translations for Portuguese in dropbox folder - Xperia Play parts.

Also, feel free to check my comments.txt file.


Note: I'm doing translations for the Portuguese (Portugal) version of Mupen. An additional Portuguese (Brasil) xml file should be added because there are considerable differences between the two spelling systems.
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #57 on: May 06, 2012, 12:25:43 PM »
Make two reset language buttons, 1 in the current language and one in the previous language. Or make the settings menu button a cog, or some other universal symbol for settings.

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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #58 on: May 14, 2012, 06:17:22 PM »
Having been banned from Google Play, I am looking at other app store alternatives.  I see that some of them allow the app description to be translated.  If anyone would like to translate the app description, here it is.  I'm hoping that I can get at least a few donations through these other app stores, so I can reward you guys for your hard work.

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** This app does not come with ROMs!
** Xperia Play optimized!

Mupen64Plus, Android Edition (AE) is an N64 emulator for Android. It is currently in Beta testing, which means it is a work in progress. There are still many graphical, lag, and audio problems, even on modern devices. It is freely available for download on my website at http://www.paulscode.com. Only purchase here if you wish to support development and receive updates through [Amazon, Opera, GetJar, AndAppStore, Handango, OnlyAndroid, Insyde, Appoke, SlideME, YAMM, etc.. (don't need to translate this)]. Donations will also be used to support the developers and projects that this app is based on; reward the app developers, artists, and translators who contribute to the project; and to support community building events like the Screen Shot Competition (see the forum for more information).

This app has an option in the Settings menu to enable Xperia Play optimizations!

This app is licensed by the GNU GPL v2, and the full source code is available through the public GIT repository at https://github.com/paulscode/mupen64plus-ae If any developers would like write access to the repository, send me an email or PM on my website. If you need help branching the project, just let me know, and I can help you get set up.

This product is not affiliated with, nor authorized, endorsed or licensed in any way by Nintendo Corporation, its affiliates or subsidiaries. All trademarks are property of their respective holders. All individual games screen shots or audio that are simulated by Mupen64Plus AE are property of their respective copyright holders and are only used for the purpose of informing the customer of the software's functionality. You must have the right to a given ROM before you play it.
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Re: Requesting Translations!
« Reply #59 on: May 14, 2012, 11:02:56 PM »
I was going to suggest you this since comments on Google Play (M?xico) reflected that people wouldn't really know what was behind (beta stage, no ROMs with the app, etc.) and stuff related to Mupen64Plus AE. Happy to help :P.
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