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menu_multiplayer_port_test_manual_instructions_text

Discussion in 'Translation Questions' started by policeofficer110, Dec 15, 2016.

  1. policeofficer110
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    policeofficer110 Ghoul

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    Hello.

    I want to know how to test the message of "menu_multiplayer_port_test_manual_instructions_text".
    Because I am anxious that "{0}" is not ascii.

    manual_port_test.png

    Does this work correctly ?
    Thank you and best regards.
     
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    v0id Programmer Dev Team

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    Hello Policeofficer,
    I am not sure if I understand the question, but insertions like {0}, {1}, ... are placeholders to insert other strings into translation keys.
    Sometimes these are values eg. gold or time, but sometimes even other translation keys.

    In the case of "menu_multiplayer_port_test_manual_instructions_text" the {0} will be replaced by a link to the port forwarding instruction manual, which does show the text label "menu_multiplayer_port_test_manual_instructions_link_text".

    In english this means:
    "menu_multiplayer_port_test_manual_instructions_text" = "Please read our {0}."
    +
    "menu_multiplayer_port_test_manual_instructions_link_text" = "manual port setup tutorial
    +
    Link: https://forum.subterraneangames.com/threads/help-no-one-can-see-my-multiplayer-lobby.8999/

    Will be evaluated to this HTML translation:
    Please read our <a href="https://forum.subterraneangames.com/threads/help-no-one-can-see-my-multiplayer-lobby.8999/">manual port setup tutorial</a>.

    I hope this answers your question, if not please do not hesitate to ask more questions.
    Cheers
     
  3. policeofficer110
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    policeofficer110 Ghoul

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    Hello v0id.
    Thank you for your reply.

    Your answer was not what I wanted to know.
    But, my problem was solved.

    I just wanted to know the meaning of "0xE2 80 8B".
    Because of that I thought this message would not be displayed correctly.
    manual_port_test2.jpg


    Finally, I could see this message in the game when I pull out my LAN cable.
    And I confirmed this message has worked correctly.

    Please forgive me my lousy English.

    Thank you.
     
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