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PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« on: October 02, 2014, 02:06:41 AM »
Last Updated: 10/10/2014


       10/10/2014 Update Notes
  • Rebuilt the translated binary with the proper header.
  • Improved a small portion of the translated strings.
  • Applied a few small patches that I had forgotten earlier.
Patch Download (95kb): Download from MEGA
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Pre-patched Download (1.1mb): Download from MEGA
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I’ve revised my translation several times, but if you notice anything that could be improved or if there’s anything I’ve missed please let me know!

If you choose to download the patch instead of downloading SAI 2 with the patch already applied, you will need a fresh copy of the 32-bit build of SAI 2. Applying the patch is very simple, but you’ll still want to read the included readme file.

Regarding a translation patch for the 64-bit build: I have this planned.

Enjoy. n_n
« Last Edit: October 10, 2014, 10:00:43 AM by Radical Raccoon »

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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2014, 03:41:33 AM »
Thank you very much, great job!  :)
Will there be a 64 bit version too?
Can we normally register this 32 bit version?

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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2014, 06:55:08 AM »
No problem. n_n

If there's enough interest in a translation for the 64-bit build, I will translate that as well. I only translated the 32-bit build because it runs on both architectures and SAI 2 is still in development. I figured it would suffice for those wishing to give SAI 2 a try.

SAI 2 is currently not a commercial product because it's still in development. For the time being, SAI 2 is basically just a free demo/preview of things to come. Nothing along the lines of registration is currently required.

 
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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2014, 02:49:31 PM »
Thanks for the information. Looking forward for the 64 bit SAI.  ;D

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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2014, 07:47:27 PM »
Thanks for the translation !
I'm also looking forward a 64 bit translation.
;D

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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2014, 12:11:57 AM »
Thanks for doing this! It's much easier to test stuff once you know what they mean. :p

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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #6 on: October 10, 2014, 10:03:32 AM »
Thanks for doing this! It's much easier to test stuff once you know what they mean. :p
Haha of course. Let me know if you encounter any issues. n_n

The translation has been updated again.
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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #7 on: October 10, 2014, 10:44:01 PM »
Thanks for the translation (and icon!)!  I do look forward to 64-bit, though it's scary to work on a large document without the ability to save anything...Does anyone know if there's a hacky way (maybe a tool or something) to get a program to save its RAM state so that a crude version of document saving could happen?  The very lovely anti-aliasing on the thin lines in SAI 2 has spoiled me and now I don't want to draw anything in SAI 1.2.0.   That Koji really knows how to optimize!
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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2014, 03:06:35 AM »
Thanks for the translation (and icon!)!  I do look forward to 64-bit, though it's scary to work on a large document without the ability to save anything...Does anyone know if there's a hacky way (maybe a tool or something) to get a program to save its RAM state so that a crude version of document saving could happen?  The very lovely anti-aliasing on the thin lines in SAI 2 has spoiled me and now I don't want to draw anything in SAI 1.2.0.   That Koji really knows how to optimize!
Hahah you're welcome.
Technically it would be possible to add some sort of save function to SAI 2, but it wouldn't be perfect.

I haven't noticed anything resembling a save function inside the program so it's not as though it was simply disabled for this release or anything like that. It seems as though it simply hadn't been implemented yet. It makes sense if you assume that Koji's main focus was implementing new features.

Anyway, I'll look into doing this in my spare time.

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Re: PaintTool SAI 2 - Development Build 2013.12.10 English Patch
« Reply #9 on: October 17, 2014, 02:56:26 AM »
Thanks for the translation (and icon!)!  I do look forward to 64-bit, though it's scary to work on a large document without the ability to save anything...Does anyone know if there's a hacky way (maybe a tool or something) to get a program to save its RAM state so that a crude version of document saving could happen?  The very lovely anti-aliasing on the thin lines in SAI 2 has spoiled me and now I don't want to draw anything in SAI 1.2.0.   That Koji really knows how to optimize!
You can run SAI 2 in a virtual box session and simply save the session and reopen it when you want to continue working on it.