<URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=40006 >
In talks about Japanese character encoding, the terms "half-width" and
"full-width" DOES exist. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fullwidth
I'm just a Japanese language learner, my my skill is nowhere near
native. In fact, I downloaded freeciv primarily because it has a
Japanese translation so I could learn from it :). Giving me the job of
handling the Japanese translation will only make it worse, not better.
So thanks for the offer, but no thanks.
On Jan 12, 2008 12:48 AM, William Allen Simpson
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> <URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=40006 >
> Agro Rachmatullah wrote:
> > I can recall some other strings for which %d is still intact. Using
> > the English language, this problem doesn't occur. Probably because the
> > translation string uses fullwidth "％ｄ" instead of its halfwidth
> > (ASCII) equivalent?
> > PS: This bug also exists in 2.1.1
> This would be a translation error, substituting equivalent glyphs for the
> two standard characters "%d". There is no such thing as "halfwidth" and
> "fullwidth" -- there are only single byte with multiple byte extensions
> (there can be more than 2 bytes).
> Sadly, the savants specifying the extensions sometimes have several near
> equivalent glyphs that can be mistaken for standard characters. This has
> also been a problem with Internet domain spoofing and phishing, among other
> security problems.
> This is not a bug in freeciv itself, and it will never recognize glyphs.
> It's been a few years since anybody worked on the jp translation....
> Would you like to help?
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