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PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2019 7:08 am 
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Hi there!

I've translated Zelda 1 & 2 for NES to my native language Swedish,
but I wish to do it again, but now use the PAL versions as a base.
I extracted the PAL versions from the PAL versions of the WAD:s
for Wii. I'm gonna use Mato-san's guide to improve the translation
of Zelda 1.

This is what I humbly wish for help with:


Zelda 1

Add a fifth row row of letters when you register your name
and add Swedish characters (ÅÄÖ). There's a fifth row in
the Japanese version so it should be possible to transfer
to the PAL version.


Zelda 2

Add the three Swedish characters Å, Ä and Ö when you
register your name.

Change the size of the text windows (aka. letterbox?) so
that more text can fit if it's possible?


I wish to make a certain patch with the changes in English
in case some other person wish to translate the PAL version
to her/his native language.

I've taken a beginners course in Ada, but I thought it was
hard to understand and I know that Assembler is even
harder.

I might even try to translate Zelda 1 and 2 for GBA afterwards
if it's not too difficult.

Thank you for reading!

Have a nice day!


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2019 12:39 pm 
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It's an English to Swedish translation? (I'm Swedish too BTW.)

Ada is quite a difficult and large language I heard, used where reliability and maintenance is very important. Assembly isn't really hard to understand, it's actually very simple as it's mostly about copying data or doing arithmetic on it, but it requires understanding how the hardware works before anything useful can be done with it, which is what takes time.


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https://www.romhacking.net/forum/ please.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2019 3:52 pm 
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Yes, English to Swedish.

Ada is used in the aviation industry because it's reliable.
I wish I knew assembly.

Pokun wrote:
It's an English to Swedish translation? (I'm Swedish too BTW.)

Ada is quite a difficult and large language I heard, used where reliability and maintenance is very important. Assembly isn't really hard to understand, it's actually very simple as it's mostly about copying data or doing arithmetic on it, but it requires understanding how the hardware works before anything useful can be done with it, which is what takes time.


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