The Russian Translation

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Re: The Russian Translation

Post Sun Oct 28, 2018 10:08 am

Solomoriah wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 10:29 pm
Not sure what you're asking here. Century Schoolbook isn't one of the standard fonts, but I know that working with Cyrillic you'll probably have to change fonts anyway.
According to local standards ´Škol´naja garnitura´ (i. e. Century Schoolbook) is the the font strongly recommended for the books for the primary school children (7 -- 10 years old). The standard is pretty archaic and not changed after the late ´70 through. The real using of the fonts is more or less different.

Thanks for the answers.
Solomoriah wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 10:29 pm
'Gale' in English refers to a very powerful wind; I can't tell you how it relates to the Beaufort scale, as I'm not an expert in meteorology. The wilderness movement rates are abstracted from other OGL sources, i.e. not fully original work on my part.
The main problem is that in Russian there are two different terms for the English ´gale´: it is or ´krepkij veter´ (18 -- 25 ft, strong, but not catastrophic) or ´štorm´ (more 23 ft, a real tempest). If I have understood the context of the table correctly, the second word must be used.
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Re: The Russian Translation

Post Sun Oct 28, 2018 10:29 am

Sounds right.
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Re: The Russian Translation

Post Wed Oct 31, 2018 9:04 am

While it's fine to keep your own working copy in Dropbox or Google Drive, since Solo has given you Showcase Access you need to put a copy up there as well. After logging into the forums, open a new tab and go to https://basicfantasy.org/showcase.cgi. Then you should be able to click "New Product" at the top, where you can upload both the PDF as well as the actual text file you're working on (whether it's ODT, DOCX, etc.). We really need a copy on Showcase, because almost always Dropbox/Google Drive/etc. links tend to fail eventually.
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