Started by z, March 04, 2010, 04:48:59 AM
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Quote from: RippleJet on March 04, 2010, 01:33:20 PM"Tiles" is a rather difficult word to translate as well, and some of the translations tend to become rather long compared to English...I hope you'll take that into account when designing the new queries!
Quote from: RippleJet on March 06, 2010, 03:24:30 AMOne option worth considering would be to completely remove "in #city#".Even in English, "Passenger Ferry Terminals in #city#" could become rather long...E.g., consider "Passenger Ferry Terminals in Frankfurt am Main".That's probably too wide also for the standard query...
QuoteIf the width is critical, "lukumäärä" can be shortened to "lkm".
Quote from: MAS71 on April 12, 2010, 03:05:36 AMand I trying to re-make 'Transit.dat' which you attached with Japanese.(because, we need to do more one step to use JPN-Langage in SC4 with other tool.)however, Some contents are different from 'Transit.dat(you attached)' and 'List wrote by Andreas, Girafe and Ripplejet'.44 kind of items in a list above, but 38 kind of items in 'Transit.dat' which you attached.
QuoteCan you re-upload a latest zip 'Transit.dat' ?
QuoteOk,I'll upload(attache in this post) a zip with Japanese when I completed it.
Quote from: Andreas on April 13, 2010, 06:16:33 AMI added those three text strings to my list above. But shouldn't it be "Average Light Rail Utilization" instead of "Average Light Rail Tile Utilization"?
Quote from: MAS71 on April 13, 2010, 07:29:44 AM@ZThank you for reply and re-upload latest dat. I finished translate with Japanese, It's attached in this post. However, As Andreas-san said, I could see that some contents changed a little in old-Transit.dat and latest-Transit.dat.so I include 2 kind of devided dat-file in a zip just in case.
Quote#### NOTE 02 ###About a word 'TILE', I know that it meanning of 'How many tiles used by Stasions Lot' as Ripplejet-san said.It's not easy to translate to japanese , so Its wrote with meaning with that "Number of Stations" in this case.When you upload your work that used this language data, I'll support it in our wiki in Japan, too.
QuoteIn Japanese, I assume that there is a word for the noun "square." Is it possible to combine it with "stations" in some way so as to mean "squares in a station"? This would seem to be the best solution, if possible.
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