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Troubleshooting / Questions regarding strings
« on: October 05, 2013, 09:45:47 am »
So I started checking where the strings are used, and I have some questions.

1. There are some strings that I could not find where are they used:
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STR_UNITS_TO and STR_PRODUCE appear to be meant to be used in the manufacture item screen, but there is a string already being used here, i.e. STR_TOTAL_TO_PRODUCE.

2. Everywhere into the game xcom is written as XCom, but the string STR_XCOM, displayed at the start of the turn, is written as Xcom.

3. There are some inconsistencies regarding color of some screens:

Research Screen

blue borders, purple buttons

yellow border, blue buttons

As a side note, I think this is the screen in which STR_START_PROJECT would be used instead of the OK button.

Manufacture Screen

purple borders for base, red for popup, blue buttons

blue borders for popup, blue buttons

red borders for popup, blue buttons

This is the screen where STR_TOTAL_TO_PRODUCE is used, and probably replaced STR_UNITS_TO and STR_PRODUCE.

In the second research screen STR_INCREASE and STR_DECREASE are used, while in the manufacture screen STR_INCREASE_UC and STR_DECREASE_UC - which look kind of strange. To me it looks like the screens consistent, with these strings being different.
I know that the project wants to be like the original, so it's no biggie, just some observations. I will continue checking the strings and where are they used, and I will post the table when it's finished, to make te job easy for translators.

Translations / Romanian translation
« on: January 26, 2011, 05:56:30 pm »
Edit: attached language file for v0.4 of OpenXcom.

My name is Cornel and I am from Romania.
I've been registered for a while now, but since I'm not much of a coder I've been lurking around in the shadows :P
But now that this situation presented its self I'd have a go at translating OpenXcom into my native language.

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