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Wanting to help, translating in italian

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The Alby87 Project
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Wanting to help, translating in italian

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Hi! I noticed you are issuing new patches, are there new English text that you need to be translated in Italian? I would be more than happy to give help, if you need some :)
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Re: Wanting to help, translating in italian

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The Alby87 Project wrote: Tue May 10, 2022 6:40 am Hi! I noticed you are issuing new patches, are there new English text that you need to be translated in Italian? I would be more than happy to give help, if you need some :)
Hiya! Yep. The latest testing versions of v469c contain a fully fixed and updated Italian text localization that requires reviewing from an actual Italian speaker. If you have access to OldUnreal/UnrealTournamentPatches, you can test it.
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Re: Wanting to help, translating in italian

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Neon_Knight wrote: Tue May 10, 2022 8:13 am Hiya! Yep. The latest testing versions of v469c contain a fully fixed and updated Italian text localization that requires reviewing from an actual Italian speaker. If you have access to OldUnreal/UnrealTournamentPatches, you can test it.
Ok! I already cloned the GitHub project, so the itt files in it already have all the text? I feared that they weren't complete after the new patches. I'll give them a revision ;)
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Re: Wanting to help, translating in italian

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The Alby87 Project wrote: Tue May 10, 2022 6:29 pm
Neon_Knight wrote: Tue May 10, 2022 8:13 am Hiya! Yep. The latest testing versions of v469c contain a fully fixed and updated Italian text localization that requires reviewing from an actual Italian speaker. If you have access to OldUnreal/UnrealTournamentPatches, you can test it.
Ok! I already cloned the GitHub project, so the itt files in it already have all the text? I feared that they weren't complete after the new patches. I'll give them a revision ;)
Yep, Italian in both Unreal and Unreal Tournament (NOT UT2004, that hasn't started yet) are considered "complete", as in, the files are there, the localization should work, but the lines need revision by an actual Italian speaker.
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