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Post subject: Re: What are we to do with these translations?
PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 5:37 am 
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Cool! I'll send what I have your way after work tomorrow. Thanks for the help, Gerb!
Ditto on the thanks. I'm busy with G.O.D. and other stuff so glad to have the help!

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Actually, my cat decided it was a good idea to come up from behind me while I was walking and make me step on her paw then run further under my foot after I lifted it and to keep from squashing her I took a dive and caught my pinky in just such a way that I broke it LOL. I'd like to say it'll break her from doing that again, but it isn't the first time. Usually, I'm careful but she just happen to do it where I couldn't see her until it was too late LOL. BTW: Yeah, the cat is just fine. I just have a hard time typing now. Luckily it was my right one so it isn't used as much as the left pinky in typing. So I can type. Just wouldn't want to spend excessive time doing so right now as it is a bit painful.


Doh. Hope it gets better soon!


The Devil takes notes from Lina Inverse? That sounds about right.

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Yeah, thanks for the help gerb, it is very much appreciated.


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gerb wrote:
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gerb wrote:
I can translate one of those if you want to throw something my way.

Hello, Gerb! Thanks for the offer! :) Actually, you take a pic. It's completely up to you. :) I'm sure the guys
would be happy with whichever gets done.


Maybe the shorter one first, which seems like Power of the Hired. Less than two hundred kb feels like nothing compared to daikai or dq.

Sent it to the email linked to you D-D account. :) Thanks again.


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So far, the Power of the Hire insertion is working, but there will be alignment bugs and insert
issues to start. I hope to have all this worked out soon enough. Gerb did an excellent and speedy
job getting this one back. Thanks a bunch, Gerb!


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Looking good! I will remind whoever edits the script that who is subject, whom object, so it should be, "We who call and control beasts".


The Devil takes notes from Lina Inverse? That sounds about right.

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Looking good! I will remind whoever edits the script that who is subject, whom object, so it should be, "We who call and control beasts".

Lol. Yeah, thanks for the ENC1101 memories. I recently completed that course. I believe Draken is an English instructor as well. :lol:


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Ouch, I certainly hope that you're feeling better now, Taskforce! That sounded kind of painful.

By the way, these projects look amazing! I'll be curious to see which ones actually get picked up. And sorry for not stopping by for so long, I've been really busy with work this year. Hopefully, I'll have some more free time next year to help out on some possible future projects.

And while we're on that subject, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! And if by some chance I forget to drop by, Happy New Year as well! Anyways, it's been nice talking to you all as well. Take care and stay safe!


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Merry Christmas to you to Recca and everyone else. Yeah, the finger is doing much better. I can type without pain again now. And it only hurts when I try to pick something up wrong, whack it on anything or curl it too far. Should have had it splinted but wasn't doing that. Know others that did that and just made the finger more painful. No thanks. Anyway, I should be good to go with projects come next week Bongo`. Thanks for the concern Recca, hope you get time to enjoy some of these new games coming up.


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