|Also known as||Kakurady Drakenar|
|Class||hacker wannabe, artist wannabe, scribe wannabe|
|Birthday||Not telling ya!|
|Known For||Appearing all over the grid as a fennec, bugging around certain Third-party viewer developers|
|Not Known for||Translating the Second Life client, spending time on IRC, building from the development branch all the time but not reporting bugs|
|Status||Being lazy and irresponsible|
|zh||This resident is a native speaker of Chinese.|
|en-2||This resident can converse with an intermediate level of English.|
Geneko Nemeth doesn't has anything to write here. Now if only I can get the Pango patch to compile...
When I was bored I used to translate Second Life's interface into Simplified Chinese. I use a personal PHP script to strip unrelated elements from the UI definition . Windows Vista's file virtualization hack is very useful here.
- You can download my translation in progress. 你可以下载我尚未完成的界面翻译。
- I've got a feeling that Linden Labs won't take it easily (no Chinese speaking Linden to QA and all) but once started I'll try, keep trying, and not gonna stop!
I also am okay with basic MediaWiki editing. If you need any help just ask me.
Although, libndof doesn't work under Linux ATM... Unless you get the source and compile.
Left thumbstick to walk (Z) / turn around(yaw)
Right thumbstick to fly (Y) / strafe (X).
Or, in the order on the configuration window: X:2 Y:5 Z:1 P:-1 Y:0 R:-1 Zoom:-1
You may have noticed that these doesn't seem to match the world coordinates. Yes, it's based on flight dynamics.