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Bahasa Indonesia Mod

Discussion in 'Civ6 - Unreleased Mods' started by Lewi11, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. Lewi11

    Lewi11 Chieftain

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    I am thinking of making an Indonesian language mod for my wife and I and wanted to see if there was anyone else interested in it.

    I would start with unit descriptions first and then expand from there. I doubt I could translate all text in the Game because my modding skills are limited. But my language skills are very good, so the Text that I do translate will be accurate.
     
  2. RFormica

    RFormica Grand Oligarch of the Hills

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    Well, I know where all of the text files are. I'm not sure how to configure it so that it can be released, but I know how you can use it.
    1. Install Notepad++. This is a program that is instrumental in making your new text.
    2. Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\Steamapps\Common\Sid Meier's Civilization VI\Base\Assets\Text.
    3. Create a new folder that is called in_BH.
    4. Still in the text folder, open the folder en_US. These are the files that you will need to translate
    5. Copy all of the text files in en_US.
    6. Paste them in in_BH.
    7. Right-click any of the files and select "Edit with Notepad++"
    8. Change the files in between <Text> and </Text> strings.
    9. Repeat #7 and #8 until all files are translated.
    10. Ready to use.

    WARNING: Translating all of the text will take a VERY long time. This is not the directions for Unit Description, this is for all of the text in the entire game, which is a lot.
    Spoiler :
    upload_2017-7-19_10-8-10.png The highlighted text is the text that you need to translate. (Black text, in between <Text> and </Text>)
     

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