Started by RippleJet, February 28, 2008, 11:02:43 AM
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Quote from: Diggis on March 25, 2008, 06:06:03 AMIs it possible (or illegal?) for someone to upload a UKenglsh file?
QuoteIf you've bought your game in the far east, you would probably find folders called e.g.Japanese, Korean, SChinese (for Simplified Chinese), TChinese (for Traditional Chinese) or Thai.
Quote from: M4346 on November 28, 2008, 03:43:26 AMIf I only have "English" and no "UKEnglsh" file, I will not be able to switch to the latter, correct?
Quote from: M4346 on November 28, 2008, 03:43:26 AMWould someone be able to send me a UKEnglsh file (I know the EULA forbids this though, it's pure speculation, trust me. ) and then I can create the folder? And furthermore, would I have to reinstall the NAM to conform to the Left-hand driving then? (I'm thinking yes, right?)EDIT: I have also opened the SimCityLocale.dat in the reader and see only LTEXT files, how would the UKEnglsh file ensure left-hand driving? Does that particular .dat file have exemplars in it?
Quote from: cogeo on October 23, 2009, 10:34:39 AMIs there some trick, so that you have:- English language- Right-hand driving- DD/MM/YY dateAnd all these using the european version of Simcity 4 (for which "English" means UK English).
Quote from: cogeo on October 23, 2009, 02:52:25 PMHow about translated lots/buildings then? Won't they be displaying the translated text? (that's why I mentioned the missing languages).
Quote from: cogeo on October 23, 2009, 03:06:08 PMBtw what are the language IDs for these languages?
Quote from: RippleJet on February 28, 2008, 11:02:43 AMWhich number is which language in the Registry?Depending on the Language number in the SC4 Registry, the game looks for a file called SimCityLocale.DAT in one of the folders above.The name of the file is the same in all language folders. Only the name of the folder identifies which language the file includes.The SimCityLocale.DAT file contains almost 6,000 LTEXT files. These files include all texts that are displayed in the game.By loading another SimCityLocale.DAT file at startup, all texts in your game would change accordingly.The name of the folder that the game is looking for is directly dependent on the Registry Setting.If the Language is set to 1 (as in the example above), the game would be looking for a SimCityLocale.DAT file in the folder English.Below is a summary of all Key values that can be used.As mentioned above, the Language also determines which side the cars are driving on. Registry Key LanguageFolder Name Cars Drive on 0x01EnglishRight0x02FrenchRight0x03GermanRight0x04ItalianRight0x05SpanishRight0x06SwedishRight0x07FinnishRight0x08DutchRight0x09DanishRight0x0APortgeseRight0x0BCzechRight0x0CHebrewRight0x0DGreekRight0x0EJapaneseLeft0x0FKoreanRight0x10RussianRight0x11SChineseRight0x12TChineseRight0x13UKEnglshLeft0x14PolishRight0x15ThaiRight0x16NorwgianRight
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