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#1 Salk

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Posted 01 February 2023 - 09:38 PM

skellytz,

 

I am reviewing your excellent work on the updated BG1 game text (making a comparison with my old work from years past) and I thought you'd might want to be informed about the few instances where you need to intervene. I'll update this post as I continue.

 

One such case is string 4574 to 4582. The audio played there should be PNOBL01, PNOBL02, PNOBL03, PNOBL04, PNOBL05, PNOBL06, PNOBL07, PNOBL08, PNOBL09 as opposed to PNOBL04, PNOBL05, PNOBL06, PNOBL07, PNOBL08, PNOBL09, PNOBL10, PNOBL11, PNOBL12.

 

String 4700: Typo: !.

 

String 5086: "the" at the beginning should be capitalized.

 

String 5718: I think "your" should be changed to "their"

 

String 5719: I think comma should replace period after the initial "Why"

 

String 5772: Typo: "we're" should be "were"


Edited by skellytz, 01 April 2023 - 09:43 AM.
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Posted 01 February 2023 - 10:06 PM

One such case is string 4574 to 4582. The audio played there should be PNOBL01, PNOBL02, PNOBL03, PNOBL04, PNOBL05, PNOBL06, PNOBL07, PNOBL08, PNOBL09 as opposed to PNOBL04, PNOBL05, PNOBL06, PNOBL07, PNOBL08, PNOBL09, PNOBL10, PNOBL11, PNOBL12.

These are just unused leftover strings. The dialogues noblpa, noblpa1, noblpa2 and noblpa3 actually use different string numbers with the same content but correct audio references.
 

String 4700. Typo: !

String 5086: "the" at the beginning should be capitalized

String 5718: I think "your" should be changed to "their"

String 5719: I think comma should replace period after the initial "Why"

String 5772: Typo: "we're" should be "were".

Ok, thanks!


Edited by skellytz, 03 February 2023 - 01:59 PM.


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Posted 02 February 2023 - 10:21 PM

One question, skellytz.

 

The WOLFF01 sound seems to be unused in BGT while WOLFF03 is used three times (Str 5554, 5556 and 5557). I guess it is intended? In my Tweaks, I know I have made some audio changes to WOLFF01, WIDOG09 and WADOG09, but I don't honestly remember why.


Edited by Salk, 02 February 2023 - 10:33 PM.


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Posted 03 February 2023 - 01:31 PM

Salk, you know that monster/animal soundsets are still messed up in all BG games. Infinity Sounds v2 attempts to fix issues like that.



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Posted 04 February 2023 - 12:47 AM

Yes, of course. Infinity Sounds will fix many such issues.

 

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE: 90,5%

 

]-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Mass replacing: yer -> ye're , gp -> gold pieces , !? -> ?! , Merchants' Consortium -> Merchants' League , Bruno -> Brunos

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String 6103: "Onward. we" -> "Onward. We"

String 6544: Typo: "the "the"
 
String 6548: Bandit -> bandit
 
String 7388: their wish -> they wish
 
String 7753: I can do for ya. -> I can do for ya?
 
String 8416: It dost sound -> It sounds
 
String 8555: A part of the original line is missing: "Now we'll get some real information about what these peoples were truly like!" Was it intended?
 
String 8581: "if the price were right" -> "if the price was right"
 
String 9813: Hello there, stranger? -> Hello there, stranger.
 
String 10197: "squire.Recently" -> "squire. Recently"
 
String 10867: effect -> affect
 
String 11415: might be, be he is -> cut second "be"
 
String 11515: too -> to
 
String 11786: fella -> friend/pal?
 
String 11806: members of the Shadow Thieves, they -> members of the Shadow Thieves. They
 
String 11815: could you call off your men, they've -> could you call off your men? They've
 
String 12228, 12271: Taugosz -> Taurgosz
 
String 12433: [STORE05] -> [SURGN03]
 
String 12434: [STORE06] -> [SURGN04]
 
String 12649: , than -> than
 
String 13159: re-occurring -> recurring
 
String 13401: chance, now -> chance. Now
 
String 13492: youngin' -> young'un
 
String 13507: here sir! -> here, <SIRMAAM>!
 
String 14137: change to (as per EE) ~Now we'll get some real information about what these peoples were truly like!~
 
String 14235: do you... -> do you?

String 14243: than -> then
 
String 14252: lady -> Lady

 

String 14272, 17919: lay down -> lie down
 
String 14364: a such a -> such a
 
String 14365: leave Minsc -> leave, Minsc
 
String 14386: from me, the stench -> from me? The stench
 
String 14388: form -> from
 
String 14388: [XZANN29] -> [XANN29]
 
String 14399: [ADJANT28] -> [AJANT28]
 
String 14400: [ADJANT29] -> [AJANT29]
 
String 14401: [ADJANT30] -> [AJANT30]
 
String 14402: [ADJANT31] -> [AJANT31]
 
String 14409: that -> than
 
String 14423: Orthlor -> othlor
 
String 14449: [JAHER31]
 
String 14450: met, you're -> met. You're
 
String 14463: [KIVAN30]
 
String 14467: [MINSC29]
 
String 14473: that -> than
 
String 14497: foole -> fool
 
String 14656: anymore -> any more
 
String 14682: ? -> .
 
String 14686: I could -> It could
 
String 14729: Lot's -> Lots
 
String 15015: Ya've done well, there haven't ya. -> Ya've done well there, haven't ya?
 
String 15032: House -> Hall
 
String 15223: diseased!... -> diseased!
 
String 15230: times to I -> times do I
 
String 15367: or -> at
 
String 15367:: alone; isn't that right lovey? -> alone. Isn't that right, lovey?
 
String 15437: place be to -> place to be
 
String 15525: to -> too
 
String 15724: at -> in
 
String 15748: Blushin' Mermaid -> Splurgin' Sturgeon
 
String 15792: that -> than
 
String 15807: We'll you -> Well, you 
 
String 15838: certain; -> certain:
 
String 15860: you -> your
 
String 15861: mistake; -> mistake:
 
String 15882: poured -> pored
 
String 15952: Nessie -> Nessa
 
String 15965: right wall -> east wall
 
String 16015: the chest over against the left wall, there.
 
String 16057-16058: gibberling -> gibberlings
 
String 16128. 16129, 16132, 16133: for stout -> for a stout
 
String 16191: ? -> .
 
String 16230: point -> point.
 
String 16399: silly, Gorion -> silly! Gorion
 
String 16400: he his -> he is
 
String 16414: Lets -> Let's
 
String 16444: teaming -> teeming
 
String 16458: You have failed! -> Your reputation precedes you!
 
String 16615: month's -> months
 
String 16631: spawn: The -> spawn, the
 
String 16634: insure -> ensure
 
String 16638: . -> ?
 
String 16655-16661: Add a "." at the in each string
 
String 16669: disposition, somewhat -> disposition. Somewhat
 
String 16673: Oh, Mad -> O Mad
 
String 16678: Evereksa -> Evereska
 
String 16705: you -> your
 
String 16731: makes dost -> makest doth
 
String 16732: your -> you
 
String 16748: agreed, if -> agreed. If
 
String 16756: again, we're -> again. We're
 
String 16771: long; remember -> long? Remember,
 
String 16772: treasure in the -> treasure from the
 
String 16805: our -> your
 
String 16819: your -> you're
 
String 16880: han't she... -> hasn't she?
 
String 16908: than -> then
 
String 16917: going to a lot -> going through a lot
 
String 16946: access though -> access through
 
String 16948: dopplegangers -> doppelgangers
 
String 17334: men -> people
 
String 17340: one in the -> one and the
 
String 17360, 17366: if don't make -> if you don't make
 
String 17370: If I wished your opinion I would have asked for it. -> If I had wished your opinion, I would have asked for it.
 
String 17455: Attitude -> attitude
 
String 17459: does -> do
 
String 17460: had too -> had to 
 
String 17484: peace -> piece
 
String 17485, 17487, 17494 -> Thou've -> Thou hast
 
String 17494: if -> whether

String 17537: compliment -> complement

 

String 17544: you "friend," -> you, "friend."

 

String 17546: early, come -> early. Come

 

String 17628: Clerics or paladins -> Clerics and paladins

 

String 17631, 17636: staff -> weapon

 

String 17672: we we've -> we've

 

String 17677: lot a speak -> lotta talk

 

String 17714: watch it; -> watch it:

 

String 17790: , anyway, -, anyway.

 

String 17834: bandits is linked -> bandits are linked

 

String 17843: Your -> You're

 

String 17859: effecting -> affecting

 

String 17897, 17902: Why, Yes -> Why, yes

 

String 17910: their -> they're

 

String 17916: their -> there

 

String 17949: at disturbing -> for disturbing

 

String 17955: "That" -> That

 

String 17964: days -> day's

 

String 17977: including -> and

 

String 17991: drank -> drunk

 

String 18062: brat -> brats

 

String 18096: If fact -> In fact

 

String 18102: a least -> at least

 

String 18110: seen -> seem

 

String 18232: ; -> ,

 

String 18242, 18245: Bar'uk -> Ba'ruk

 

String 18270: now -> know

 

String 18276: yonder. -> yonder?

 

String 18299: healing. -> healing?

 

String 18365: sense, but -> sense but

 

String 18377: Lets -> Let's

 

String 18384: into the a -> into a

 

String 18409: do lady. -> do, lady?

 

String 18439: it. here -> it. Here

 

String 18442: its -> it's

 

String 18463: Greeting -> Greetings

 

String 18496: girl, we've -> girl? We've

 

String 18526: you brutality -> your brutality

 

String 18569: life, now, -> life now,

 

String 18570: you, go -> you. Go

 

String 18581: Oh, We'll -> Oh, we'll

 

String 18588: In the walls, there's coming! -> From the walls they're coming!

 

String 18589: demon's -> demons

 

String 18593: last I'll wager either. -> last either, I'll wager.

 

String 18597: haunted!. -> haunted!

 

String 18610: culinaires -> gourmands

 

String 18619: Got that! -> Got that?!

 

String 18625: They said paid -> They said they paid

 

String 18657: other reason other than -> other reason than

 

String 18714: here! -> here?! , Little snott-nose like you, you are -> Little snotnoses like you are

 

String 18800: you master -> your master

 

String 18827: danger or rival -> danger of rival

 

String 18868: ?? -> ?!

 

String 18912: Baldurian -> Balduran

 

String 18958, 18959: Bar'uk -> Ba'ruk

 

String 19267: out the corner -> out of the corner

 

String 19289: other one -> another fool

 

String 19291: the last I'll wager either. -> the last either, I'll wager.

 

String 19293: Cormyran -> Cormyrian

 

String 19352: Candlekeep -> Candlekeep.

 

String 19495: He killed his wife and children in a rage one night and all -> One night, in a rage, he killed his wife, his children, and all

 

String 19663: Candle Keep -> Candlekeep

 

String 19665: Eldercity -> Undercity

 

String 19745: boy -> <GIRLBOY>

 

String 19913: meagre -> meager

 

String 19964: had he know -> had he known

 

String 19966: are here; -> are here:

 

String 19988: Blackstaff come -> Blackstaff came

 

String 20015: Shistal has even -> Even Shistal has

 

String 20056: hear -> here

 

String 20064: out, so? -> out so?

 

String 20070: bandits, here -> bandits here , part the Blacktalons -> part Blacktalons

 

String 20072: Taugosz -> Taurgosz

 

String 20074: who's -> whose

 

String 20090: hot-shot -> hotshot

 

String 20095: matter? everything -> matter? Everything , Taugosz -> Taurgosz

 

String 20270: Eltan -> Entar

 

String 20367: The one -> The false priest

 

String 20400: Undercellar are -> Undercellar is

 

String 20452: step-father -> stepfather

 

String 20488: cam -> came

 

String 20513: south west -> southwest

 

String 20536: information Kent, maybe -> information, Kent. Maybe

 

String 20544: step-father -> stepfather

 

String 20554: roll -> role

 

String 20563: from -> out of

 

String 20595: though -> through

 

String 20608: your -> you're

 

String 20644: accept fenced -> fence stolen

 

String 20728: [NERED02]

 

String 20730: A'int -> Ain't

 

String 20733: beard -> Beard

 

String 20741: scalliwag -> scallywag

 

String 20746: assistance. -> assistance?

 

String 20825: Northeast -> northeast, called Counting House; to find it -> called Merchants' League Counting House. To find it,

 

String 20826: Merchant League! -> Merchants' League Counting House!

 

String 20958: You lie -> Your lies

 

String 21037: for the Cursed Lord's -> from the Cursed Lord

 

String 21056: five -> three

 

String 21100: assure -> assuage

 

String 21113: from away -> from far away, than we -> than us

 

String 21115: we -> us, as you -> as you did, paddled with -> paddled with them

 

String 21120: from you -> from your

 

String 21142: anyway -> any way

 

String 21163: none-too-bright -> a none-too-bright

 

String 21183: villages -> village's

 

String 21206: lycanthropes; -> lycanthropes:

 

String 21207: lays -> lies

 

String 21214: many, many, years -> many, many years

 

String 21254: your this story -> story of yours

 

String 21235: grandmother's -> grandmothers'

 

String 21316: these parts -> these parts, are  you?

 

String 21319: getting' -> gettin'

 

String 21350: my self -> myself

 

String 21380: trouble no end -> trouble to no end

 

String 21435: horde -> hoard

 

String 21481: Here is -> Here are

 

String 21527: lycantho -> lycanthropes

 

String 21555: one's -> ones

 

String 21564: you abilities -> your abilities

 

String 21584: have brain -> have a brain

 

String 21658: Somthin' -> Somethin'

 

String 21664: out -> our

 

String 21685: happy her -> happy here

 

String 21702: interest any -> interest in any

 

String 21727: good-by -> goodbye

 

String 21735: wall was -> wall hung

 

String 21749: Have you're -> Have you

 

String 21753: I new -> I knew

 

String 21766: nay -> nae

 

String 21771: you're -> yer

 

String 21798: want I ask you say -> want, I ask you? Say

 

String 21800, 21803: Merchant -> merchant

 

String 21813: I have you buy -> I have. You buy

 

String 21820: What are you here for again you're back! -> What are you here for?! Again you're back!

 

String 21866: to busy too -> too busy to


Edited by Salk, 02 May 2023 - 12:08 AM.


#6 skellytz

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Posted 07 March 2023 - 02:46 PM

Thanks for all the reports, Salk! I'll keep checking here as I can already tell there's a whole bunch of them coming (you're around where I stopped comparing against the BGEE strings).



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Posted 08 March 2023 - 01:11 PM

It's the least I can do. Cheers!

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Posted 10 March 2023 - 11:51 PM

A very minor suggestion for an entry in BGT's journal.tra:

 

@311092 = ~The priestess of Umberlee.
 
A little Umberlee priestess is dead now. I wonder if I could hope now to get some divine help from Talos in the near future... as well as fresh fish each dinner...~
 
I'd swap "A" with "The", remove the first "now", place the second "now" after "hope", swap the ellipsis in the end with a full period.


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Posted 11 March 2023 - 10:33 PM

skellytz,

 

does BGT by any chance override the game text description of the Detect Evil spell?



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Posted 12 March 2023 - 04:35 PM

Does BGT by any chance override the game text description of the Detect Evil spell?

Yes, it corrects the level from 1 to 2 for spwi202. I'll make it compatible with your GTU.



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Posted 10 April 2023 - 11:44 PM

skellytz,

 

sometimes I encounter a few strings with odd symbols I am not sure how they are interpreted/parsed by the game. A series of such strings are #16215-16229. They begin with "%nl%_%nl" in the original BG text. From what I can see, the EE team changed it to "_%nl" for BG1, while the BGT BG1 text has removed those altogether. In my BG2 GTU, I have "%nl%_%nl" again, which is weird, since I got those lines from the EE game text, meaning that the EE team chose differently for BG1 and BG2


Any advice about this?


Also, something else to report. The strings #16235-16260 have text and character sounds both in the BG1 game text and the BG2 game text but both text and sound differ. Interestingly enough, the BG1 sounds exist and match while the BG2 sounds exist but do not work. I checked BG2 EE and those .wav files exist and play in German (if I understand correctly).

 

Do you know anything about it?


Edited by Salk, 11 April 2023 - 01:14 AM.






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