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  1. My Gamecube console had bought from ebay- Germany. The problem is that I have 2 games (star wars rogue squadron ii & star wars rogue squadron iii_ both in PAL ). First game plays in German language and second game plays in English!!! I have changed the language from Gamecube options –menu in English, but the first game still plays on German language and the second game plays in English language. Does anybody know how to change or fix this problem in the first (star wars rogue squadron ii) game (German language turn in English???) Please HELP ME!!!
  2. This tool is intended to ease the task of translating the Monkey Island SE. Requirements: -Monkey Island SE (got mine from Steam) -Java 1.5+ (latest Java 6 recommended) HowTo: -copy the following 3 files to a new directory: -- "misetran.jar" (download link at the end of this post) -- "speech.info" from "C:\Program files\Steam\steamapps\common\the secret of monkey island special edition\audio" or similar -- "uiText.info" from "C:\Program files\Steam\steamapps\common\the secret of monkey island special edition\localization" or similar -run the following command: java -jar misetran.jar speech.info uiText.info (add paths where necessary) -all changes are saved immediately, so you can close the tool at any time -to test your (partial) translation copy the 2 files back overwriting the ones in the MI-SE subdirectories (always keep backups!!!) and play the game with the first non-English language selected the translator keeps the English text, stores your translation in place of the first non-English language and uses the other languages to store it's data You can copy your translation over any language of an existing speech.info or uiText.info using the following command: java -cp misetran.jar Copy inFile outFile inLang outLang type inFile: the file to copy a translation from outFile: the file to copy a translation to inLang: number of the language to copy from the source file (0 = english, 1-4 = the 4 translations [1 = your translation]) outLang: number of the language to overwrite in the target file (0 = English, 1-4 = the 4 translations]) [not sure if overwriting English is a good idea] type: "speech" or "uitext" (if this is wrong the target file will be corrupted. keep backups) NOTE: this tool is released for free, but also AS IS. the translator has only been tested roughly. the copy tool is untested. Download: http://rapidshare.com/files/314488893/misetran.jar Please post feedback, questions, bug reports and so on in this thread.
  3. Hello, I like Brutal Legend a lot, but the English version is a little inconvenient for me 'cause I read Chinese much better. Could any one tell me how to change the language?
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