Started by Harbinger, March 31, 2010, 19:41:12
QuoteInternational VersionsModplug Tracker is written with a default page code of 0409 (English - US)You can freely edit the resources to make a localized version of Modplug Tracker, although some strings are hardcoded in the code (not as resources).I am trying to improve the support for easier localization, but it is a lot of work.However, starting from v1.15.0154, MPT supports localized strings in the file MPT_INTL.INIThis file contains string sections for a specific language id. For example, in Australia, MPT will look for strings in the [Strings.0C09] (0C09=Australian English language id). If it isn't found, then it will look in the [Strings.0009] section (generic english), if not found, it will look in the [Strings] section (no language id), and if still not found, it will use the default value for the string.For example, to set the option names in the setup general tab, the strings would beSetup.Gen.Opt1.Name=Play new notes while recordingSetup.Gen.Opt1.Desc=When this option is enabled, notes entered in the pattern editor will always be played (If not checked, notes won't be played in record mode).Feel free to email me if you have specific questions about this.
QuoteI don't want a slick GUI like FL/reason or other DAW. MPT is clean and easy to use because of it's simple GUI and recognizable icons and stuff.
QuoteMy goal is to create a more customizable GUI for every tab and dialog in MPT. Here are some features i'll be looking to incorporate.
QuoteI think there was at one time a japanese version of modplug tracker.
Quote from: "Jojo"Do you even come up with a satisfactory word for "pattern" in your own language?
Quote from: "Rakib"MFC is obsolete, meaning MS is currently is not developing it anymore.