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Old 2006-10-13, 14:55
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I'm completely new to the whole "playing around with visual novels" scene, how would I extract the scripts so I could check and modify them?

And are you talking about him checking character length or spacing or something(between the retail Japanese and the translated english)?

Also, how would I get rid of those pauses in the voicing?
The text is a small thing that I can live with, but the stopping of the voicing really gets on my nerves...

I would just go and buy an online copy, except I spent 3 hours last night, and couldn't find where to buy one, and then read on the forum that they had changed and most people were having more trouble than I am with my Retail copy.
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Old 2006-10-14, 20:43
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First off, to extract the script you're gonna want to get rldev. You can download it on Haeleth's site, but I don't like writing really long posts so I'll leave you to figure out how to use it yourself (or maybe someone nicer will help you). For fixing the pauses, well, you can probably figure it out yourself by comparing the scripts. Telling you would ruin all the fun!

I'm wondering though, is this your first time reading Planetarian? If so, then just reading through the script file as you're working on a patch would ruin the experience. You might want to consider getting the download version and reading that first, then afterwards working through the voice version if you still feel like it.
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Old 2006-10-15, 01:39
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Thanks for the help!

I read through Planetarian for the first time anyway, and just ignored the little things(Its rather good isn't it? I was impressed by the translation).

I'll take a look into RlDev, I still haven't actually managed to work out what it does, but it shouldn't be too hard.

I wouldn't mind getting a download version on top of the version I already have, although I hear they are having problems with the new version of that too...

Thanks again,
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Old 2007-03-17, 20:48
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Hello, I realise that this thread may no longer be active, but if anyone sees this cud they please hel me out?
when i typed in the second command line this turned up:

'cdpatch' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

the whole thing looks like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\He> cd F:\KEY\planetarian_PE

C:\Documents and Settings\He> cdpatch O:\KINETICDATA O:\rldev-1.39-win32
'cdpatch' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

cud someone tell me what went wrong, please?
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Old 2007-05-28, 14:43
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Copy the big box from the first post and save it as cdpatch.bat
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Old 2008-05-12, 06:16
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Just in case, someone can't upload corrected seen.txt to correct voices?
I am no expert in rldev and since I got my CD version, I would like to have it without voice pauses... Thanks in advance.
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Old 2008-06-01, 22:25
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Hello, I realise that this thread may no longer be active, but if anyone sees this cud they please hel me out?
when i typed in the second command line this turned up:

'cdpatch' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

the whole thing looks like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\He> cd F:\KEY\planetarian_PE

C:\Documents and Settings\He> cdpatch O:\KINETICDATA O:\rldev-1.39-win32
'cdpatch' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

cud someone tell me what went wrong, please?
I am having the same problem and I have cdpatch.bat inside the same directory I've installed Planetarian in.
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Old 2008-06-02, 05:07
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is your path in the same directory swell?
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Old 2008-06-02, 06:55
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Thanks Enericco. For some reason I thought the directories would change.
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Old 2008-06-02, 08:21
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np, commandlines works that way, heh
glad to help
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I've finally had time to play it and when I launched the game and got into it I found out only the menus were translated.

Quote:
G:\Program Files\KEY\planetarian_PE>cdpatch G:\Share\KINETICDATA G:\Share\rldev-
1.39-win32

G:\Program Files\KEY\planetarian_PE>・ソ
'・ソ' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Copying game graphical resources from patch to installation...
88 File(s) copied
7 File(s) copied
1 File(s) copied
2 File(s) copied
A subdirectory or file kepago already exists.
Decompiling original patch...
Recompiling patch for RealLive...
(The compiler will give warnings about targets. This is normal.)
Warning (SEEN0001.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN1000.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN1003.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN1005.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN1006.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN9030.ke line 5): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN9032.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN9033.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Warning (SEEN9040.ke line 6): target specified on command-line: ignoring
#target directive.
Copying RealLive patch back into planetarian installation
Invalid number of parameters
Patching complete.

G:\Program Files\KEY\planetarian_PE>
What am I doing wrong?
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Old 2008-06-20, 07:30
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So, I was going through, and comparing the scripts like suggested, and it was pretty easy going (tedious, yes, but easy). Compare files, transfer lines from patch .sjs and .ke files over to the correspondings CD ones. However, when I got to the Planetarium Projection scenes, I noticed that a couple of paragraphs from the patched translation had no corresponding location in the CD files. I thought that the paragraphs were worth keeping, as they were descriptive, and I was surprised that they'd been cut, so I went about trying to do that.

First I tried adding additional <????> blocks and calls, but I clearly didn't know enough real-live to make them work properly, as when I compiled and tested, it didn't work. (Is this sort of stuff in that extremely lengthy manual, or do you just pick it up by trial and error?)

Currently I've hacked something together by compressing them all into a single entry and appending them before or after a surrounding text chunk, preserving the original page spacings and pauses with liberal usage of \n and \p. While it seems to work fine, it's somewhat unsatisfying, as I get the feeling it's not really the best way. Maybe it is though, or good enough to make no real difference. :S

Does anyone have any real insight they could share?
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Old 2008-11-13, 15:30
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Hi everyone i'm new here,
I found this thread and i am stuck at the part:
where i need to type
> cdpatch C:\KINETICDATA C:\rldev-1.39-win32-1

but it comes up with
Error: C:\rldev-1.39-win32-1 does not appear to be the root directory of an rldev install.

this is the right directory where i extracted the original rldev-1.39-win32 (.rar file)

Any help would be most appreciated
Thanks!
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Old 2008-11-13, 18:33
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Try redownloading and extracting RLDev to C:\rldev-1.39-win32 or where ever.

I prefer to just name the folder C:\rldev so I can type it easier but each to her own.
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Old 2008-11-13, 19:59
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i tried that but it still doesnt work, any other suggestions?
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