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Updated:07/13/20 12:11 AM
Created:06/09/20 08:00 PM
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6.0.5
Name Language Ninja - Tooltip translation assistant
Version: 1.0.4
by: Shinntarou [More]
This one adds other names in designated languages to the original tooltips of Item, Skill and so on.
supported for English, German, French, Japanese, Russian languages.

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Wishlist, Known issues
  • Link In Chat
  • Potion, Poison(items having own level)
  • Skill(action bar), and another Tooltips
  • Quest

recently done list
  • A small part of Skill
  • General Weapons and Apparels(i.e. shoes^p, sword^n)
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1.0.3
6kB
Shinntarou
06/11/20 02:15 PM
1.0.2
4kB
Shinntarou
06/10/20 01:48 AM
1.0.1
4kB
Shinntarou
06/09/20 08:00 PM


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Unread 06/10/20, 11:03 PM  
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Originally Posted by Baertram
It's just a way ZOs introduced to add the gender to the names etc. as French, German and other languages do not only use 1 arcticle e.g. but gender dependend there are 2 or 3, and also the singular and plurals differ as well. It's not always only an "s" at the end.

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Originally Posted by Baertram
Thanks but please make the non-english names strip the gender specific stuff (like ^m for masculin or ^f feminin or ^np neutral plural) etc. by using this (can also apply on the EN stuff if you do not want to make a difference here):

Lua Code:
  1. local itemNameClean = ZO_CachedStrFormat("<<C:1>>", itemName)

itemName will be the name containing the gender stuff, and itemNameClean will be the name transfered to the correct itemName (singular, plural, masculin, feminin, neutral) without the extra ^... suffix.

C means capitalized first character, c would be non-capitalized.

See this wiki entry: https://wiki.esoui.com/How_to_format_strings_with_zo_strformat and ZO_CachedStrFormat

All of the mystery has been solved!
I was coding yesterday with thinking "What' mean those m..p...chars...? should i replace them to blank?"
Thank you for simplifying my own problems.
It's difficult for me to understand other languages specification...

I'll try to check via machine translation? I can't think of anything else...
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Unread 06/10/20, 08:48 AM  
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It's just a way ZOs introduced to add the gender to the names etc. as French, German and other languages do not only use 1 arcticle e.g. but gender dependend there are 2 or 3, and also the singular and plurals differ as well. It's not always only an "s" at the end.

Originally Posted by Shinntarou
Originally Posted by Baertram
Thanks but please make the non-english names strip the gender specific stuff (like ^m for masculin or ^f feminin or ^np neutral plural) etc. by using this (can also apply on the EN stuff if you do not want to make a difference here):

Lua Code:
  1. local itemNameClean = ZO_CachedStrFormat("<<C:1>>", itemName)

itemName will be the name containing the gender stuff, and itemNameClean will be the name transfered to the correct itemName (singular, plural, masculin, feminin, neutral) without the extra ^... suffix.

C means capitalized first character, c would be non-capitalized.

See this wiki entry: https://wiki.esoui.com/How_to_format_strings_with_zo_strformat and ZO_CachedStrFormat

All of the mystery has been solved!
I was coding yesterday with thinking "What' mean those m..p...chars...? should i replace them to blank?"
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Originally Posted by Baertram
Thanks but please make the non-english names strip the gender specific stuff (like ^m for masculin or ^f feminin or ^np neutral plural) etc. by using this (can also apply on the EN stuff if you do not want to make a difference here):

Lua Code:
  1. local itemNameClean = ZO_CachedStrFormat("<<C:1>>", itemName)

itemName will be the name containing the gender stuff, and itemNameClean will be the name transfered to the correct itemName (singular, plural, masculin, feminin, neutral) without the extra ^... suffix.

C means capitalized first character, c would be non-capitalized.

See this wiki entry: https://wiki.esoui.com/How_to_format_strings_with_zo_strformat and ZO_CachedStrFormat

All of the mystery has been solved!
I was coding yesterday with thinking "What' mean those m..p...chars...? should i replace them to blank?"
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Thanks but please make the non-english names strip the gender specific stuff (like ^m for masculin or ^f feminin or ^np neutral plural) etc. by using this (can also apply on the EN stuff if you do not want to make a difference here):

Lua Code:
  1. local itemNameClean = ZO_CachedStrFormat("<<C:1>>", itemName)

itemName will be the name containing the gender stuff, and itemNameClean will be the name transfered to the correct itemName (singular, plural, masculin, feminin, neutral) without the extra ^... suffix.

C means capitalized first character, c would be non-capitalized.

See this wiki entry: https://wiki.esoui.com/How_to_format_strings_with_zo_strformat and ZO_CachedStrFormat
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