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    Default Tutorial: How To Translate Games

    What we need in order to translate:

    -WinRAR
    -Notepad
    -MobiTrans(you can download it here:http://www.4shared.com/file/69013284...MobiTrans.html)


    First of all,the java games always are with the extension .jar
    Using WinRAR we extract the jar file into a folder and now we can see all of the .class files and the other game files.
    Now,there are many ways game companies save the language files and the most common ways are:they create a "lang" file that contains all the language files,or they save them as .txt




    Step 1

    1st case(Lang folder that contains archive files)
    We find the lang file and we open it.
    Inside we can see some archives with names like:"0","a","b" etc.
    Using the notepad we open the first one the file "0".
    We will see some languages such as "English","Espanol" etc.
    We change the name(for example "Espanol").



    If English is in 3rd line,that means that the English language file is the file "c" in the lang folder.So we find it and open it.Then we just have to translate all the words that are inside this file.That's an example(we try to translate english to spanish):

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    2nd case(Lang folder that contains lang files)
    In that case,inside the lang folder we can see some lang files.For example,the english language file is the file gb.lang

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    Then we right-click the lang file we want to translate and we clic at "View File".We just have to translate all the words that are in this file the same way as in 1st case.


    Step 2


    We open Mobitrans and then we open the lang file we want to translate:

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    Then we get this:

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    We just click to each of the line and translate it to the language we want:


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    We repeat this for all lines until they are all translated.
    After that we click at the save button and then ok(we don't care about the other options that there are).
    Then we return to the directory where we had decompressed the jar file and we can see that many files are created.
    From there we change the name (for exampleof the class "e.class" to "e.class.bac" and the file that MobiTrans named "e.class.ru" we rename it to "e. class "and do the same process with any other file type that we have
    translated with the program.


    Step 3



    We open the original application and we go to the directory where the original lang file is and we gar and drop the file we just translated.we click at ok or if the WinRAR asks you to replace the file just say yes and then we do the same process for each of the files that we have translated.
    Once we are done,we are ready to install the game to a mobile phone and play!!!

    Enjoy!!!!
    Last edited by Chris; 30-10-2008 at 04:33 PM.

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    Nice. i was waiting for this.
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    thanks Chris I know it and can do it right on my phone (use MiniCommander, ClassTranslator, ClassEditor, MobyExplorer, OperaMini and PaintCAD for graphic mods). But with that tutorial as u say we can't translate for example more Gameloft's games, cos the text of the game is in .class files, and more hard when the text in .classes has limit of characters!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by margaryan View Post
    thanks Chris I know it and can do it right on my phone (use MiniCommander, ClassTranslator, ClassEditor, MobyExplorer, OperaMini and PaintCAD for graphic mods). But with that tutorial as u say we can't translate for example more Gameloft's games, cos the text of the game is in .class files, and more hard when the text in .classes has limit of characters!!!
    MobiTrans has a special "treatment" for gameloft games:



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    I think that we should be able to translate gameloft games!I'll try it tomorrow!
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    just try to change the names in RFM09... with my classeditor I can't do that... for example- KAHN to KKAAHHNN

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    Quote Originally Posted by margaryan View Post
    just try to change the names in RFM09... with my classeditor I can't do that... for example- KAHN to KKAAHHNN
    Good idea!I'll try it tomorrow!

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    Thanks Chris.+rep. I'll post the first translated game in 2 days.

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    Now this tutorial looks quite cool...great job Chris...i'll try it out when i have some time...

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    Thank you! Now the only thing we need is gameloft japan games! And we really dont need to translate that much. We moght be getting some translated from gameloft themselves!

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