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Hey guys I've got a little present for you:

b-Romruto1.pngw-Romruto1.png

For those of you who haven't seen these already these are new English-styled logos designed by Romruto1. I just finished converting them to the native DS format (screenshots are from DesMuMe, not Photoshop) and they will be available alongside Chase's Japanese-styled logos soon. Thanks Romruto1!

OK, do want those now! 8D

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OK, do want those now! 8D

haha yeah, I thought my logos would make it but there isnt a poll to decide on which ones ppl like best but i guess it was pre decided. ah well, i was a lil disappointed to not see em on v3 release but if push comes to shove, hopefully, there is a poll and ppl can decide an likable logo.

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Hey guys I've got a little present for you:

b-Romruto1.pngw-Romruto1.png

For those of you who haven't seen these already these are new English-styled logos designed by Romruto1. I just finished converting them to the native DS format (screenshots are from DesMuMe, not Photoshop) and they will be available alongside Chase's Japanese-styled logos soon. Thanks Romruto1!

oh neato, i didnt see this post. thanks

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see this rar file:

Do you have a dump of the files with the kanji instead of the kana? Would make translation faster. I mean, an experienced translator could read it and translate by hand (me for instance), and have it translated in weeks to month, but likely give up after a week. Or, a lazy but brilliant translator (me again) could strip out the newline and other control characters, dump it into Google translate, read and edit for a few hours with a glass of wine and a videogame soundtrack in the background, and have a 99% as good script, possibly even more accurate due to the inclusion of the kanji to clarify context.

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Do you have a dump of the files with the kanji instead of the kana? Would make translation faster. I mean, an experienced translator could read it and translate by hand (me for instance), and have it translated in weeks to month, but likely give up after a week. Or, a lazy but brilliant translator (me again) could strip out the newline and other control characters, dump it into Google translate, read and edit for a few hours with a glass of wine and a videogame soundtrack in the background, and have a 99% as good script, possibly even more accurate due to the inclusion of the kanji to clarify context.

If the file has any Kanji at all they're found in the 0001 folder, anything in there is the equivalent of a file in 0000...except in Kanji

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Do you have a dump of the files with the kanji instead of the kana? Would make translation faster. I mean, an experienced translator could read it and translate by hand (me for instance), and have it translated in weeks to month, but likely give up after a week. Or, a lazy but brilliant translator (me again) could strip out the newline and other control characters, dump it into Google translate, read and edit for a few hours with a glass of wine and a videogame soundtrack in the background, and have a 99% as good script, possibly even more accurate due to the inclusion of the kanji to clarify context.

I don't, no. But here's the story section of the git; the 0001 folder is the kanji folder.

http://github.com/projectpokemon/Pokemon-Black-White-Story-Translation-Files/tree/master/0001/

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But you'd think things like "would you like to use strength?" would be in the main text

Turns out item find/reciving is in the story files :/

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STORY TRANSLATION FILES:

0283.txt - Line 1,2,3

\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 received a\xfffe\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0002\xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000!
\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 received a\xfffe\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0002\xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000!
\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 received a\xfffe\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0002\xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000!

Line 5,6

\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 found \xfffea \xf000\xff00\x0001\x0002\xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000!
\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 found \xfffea \xf000\xff00\x0001\x0002\xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000!

Line 11,12

\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 put the \xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xfffein the \xf000Ē\x0001\x0002\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000 bag.\xf000븁\x0000
\xf000Ā\x0001\x0000 put the \xf000ĉ\x0001\x0001\xfffein the \xf000Ē\x0001\x0002\xf000\xff00\x0001\x0000 bag.

That takes care of finding and receiving items and placing them in your bag.

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