¡Basic Fantasy en español!

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Re: ¡Basic Fantasy en español!

Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 2:38 pm

I'll let Solo respond with any suggestions as well as a possible file. Please note that the Core Rules ODT file is a monster, and it's not surprising that it causes crashes or just doesn't load correctly; even I am unable to work on it.

The MEGA link from Bitan works (for now), but he didn't follow our file-naming protocol, so I don't know which is truly the "latest and greatest". Hence why Solo will need to let you know which file to actually work from.
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Re: ¡Basic Fantasy en español!

Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 3:07 pm

I haven't experienced any crashes with the old documents, so I don't know what I can tell you.

As to taking this on, please, feel free! But I don't know what file is most up to date, so your first job is to figure that out...
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Re: ¡Basic Fantasy en español!

Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 4:46 pm

Artanisace (and anyone else wanting to work on this): I would first check the very first post of this thread, and download the file attached. I'd consider that the latest "official" copy.

Then, if you want, compare it to the "Work in progress v5" that Bitan has linked from his MEGA url. Being the large Core Rules odt, it may not be feasible to use LibreOffice's document comparison feature to try to compare/consolidate the two. If not useable, then stick to the file attached to the first post in this thread.
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Re: ¡Basic Fantasy en español!

Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 6:35 pm

Hey guys, thanks for the answer. I was using OpenOffice and seems like it couldn't handle this document, so I downloaded LibreOffice (didn't know is a fork of OpenOffice, updated). I can open it without any trouble now.

Seems like until the files in the MEGA folder are the latest, using the layout of the core book. He was writting the translation in a document without the layout (the one presented in the first comment of the post), and then he was moving the text to the layouted one. I'll take it slowly but surely, and I'll make sure to update from time to time. Good luck me... o buena suerte para mi! :D
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Re: ¡Basic Fantasy en español!

Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:51 pm

Ah ok, I now notice the filesize of the first post's attachment being way smaller than what's in the MEGA link. As you work on the larger document, it will be too large to attach to a post in this thread, and while we have a Projects Dropbox it's for those who have been here awhile and made enough contributions to get added. So, perhaps once you've done enough additional work, if you could email Solo and send him a Dropbox/OneDrive/etc. link. He can then update the first post's attachment. Over time, he can either set you up with Showcase access or such.
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Re: ¡Basic Fantasy en español!

Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 10:16 pm

I set up a reserved Dropbox folder for the translation; we have one for the Italian translation already.

I want to change the naming convention for translations. Presently we're using a 3-letter identifier using an arbitrary English abbreviation; I'd like to change to the international standard 2-letter codes. This will change the Spanish version from -spaN to -esN, the German from -gerN to -deN, etc. There are so few translations that I think it's safe to just say this here, rather than try to make some kind of announcement or "standard" or something. I'll begin revising the names sometime soon.
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