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Language switch_how to do it
I would like to include different languages in my movie and I don't realy know how to do it with out doubling everything on timeline.
This function will only be available on entering the movie. I'm going to publish the movie on the net, and building 2 different movies would B space consuming.
How do U do it- I'ts my 1th time so I don't have any experience.
Thanx in advance!
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Christoffer Enedahl #2
Re: Language switch_how to do it
If you have all language dependent members in one cast you call "language",
you can switch that with
castlib("language").filename = the moviepath & "swedish.cst"
castlib("language").filename = the moviepath & "english.cst"
castlib("language").filename = the moviepath & "klingon.cst"
(You'll need to have all members on the same place in the cast.)
If this is a project youre in no trouble, but if it is a shockwave you need
to preload the cast.
Director doesen't support unicode, so you might get in some trouble with
some languages (thats another story)
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> I would like to include different languages in my movie and I don't realy>
> This function will only be available on entering the movie. I'm going to
> How do U do it- I'ts my 1th time so I don't have any experience.
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