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Histidine

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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #465 on: January 05, 2019, 08:16:46 AM »

Hesperus has both Ground Defenses and Heavy Batteries.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #466 on: January 05, 2019, 03:31:32 PM »

Hi, found some typos:

Refit screen -> Flux Dissipation Tool-tip:
"Flux is dissupated..." (last sentence)

Refit screen -> Hull Tool-tip:
"...temporarily disabled, andis likely..." (last sentence of first paragraph)

Refit screen -> Shield Flux/Dam Tool-tip:
The tool-tip has a newline as its first char.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #467 on: January 05, 2019, 11:57:02 PM »

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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #468 on: January 13, 2019, 01:00:00 PM »

Station Armor Modules are called 'armour module', while rest of game uses 'armor'
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You haven't played Starsector unless your storage has one thousand Vulcans in it.

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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #469 on: January 14, 2019, 02:31:53 PM »

In Cibola's description (2nd sentence) it says: "An anamolous series of icy bodies had impacted the world, leaving it colder and wetter than its equillibrium state..."
« Last Edit: January 14, 2019, 02:35:16 PM by ouzomezes »
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #470 on: February 11, 2019, 02:26:35 PM »

Is Persean League supposed to prioritize Odyssey, even though it doesn't have access to it?

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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #471 on: February 17, 2019, 02:49:35 AM »

Is it intentional that independents use the plain-looking crest_neutral.png instead of crest_neutral_traders.png? Notably, the current crest doesn't match the full-size logo.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #472 on: February 26, 2019, 06:15:28 AM »

Starsector localises comma/point usage in decimals, but doesn't do anything like that with credits. Specifically, if "growth" percentage shows fractions, it's going to use "," or ".", but on the very same screen, thousand separators will still be ",". Image is from a modded game, but I sincerely doubt any of the mods changes that bit.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #473 on: February 26, 2019, 11:09:11 AM »

Is it intentional that independents use the plain-looking crest_neutral.png instead of crest_neutral_traders.png? Notably, the current crest doesn't match the full-size logo.

I don't think so - fixed this up.

Starsector localises comma/point usage in decimals, but doesn't do anything like that with credits. Specifically, if "growth" percentage shows fractions, it's going to use "," or ".", but on the very same screen, thousand separators will still be ",". Image is from a modded game, but I sincerely doubt any of the mods changes that bit.
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Ah, hmm. Yeah, let me change it so it uses the en_US locale across the board for this kind of stuff. Also added a localeOverride setting to settings.json, which is set to en_US but can be set to something else (or commented out to use the system default) if wanted/required.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #474 on: April 19, 2019, 07:54:02 AM »

Reporting with love...

./data/strings/descriptions.csv:

line 30 (light dual autocannon):
[...] while expelling twice as many spent shell casings as the standard chasis chassis. [...]

line 307 (paragon):
[...] with considerable backing from the Tri-Tachyon corporation Corporation, among other major contractors.
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*Capitalized everywhere else.
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line 462 (shade):
[...] it is valued by fleet admirals for its abililty ability to disable enemy ships with its EMP emitter.

line 467 (gremlin):
This anicent ancient phase prototype rig was never intended for mass production, [...]

[and many more below]
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line 510 (gamma core):
A gamma-level AI core is capable of supporting most human endeavors, making up for a lack of creativity and problem-solving ability with prodigous prodigious computational prowess. [...]

line 682 (makeshift sensor array):
Built using the best technology available in the Sector, a makeshft makeshift sensor array is nonetheless capable [...]

line 715 (ragnar station):
[...] the Ragnar complex stores ship hulks awaiting refurbishing or the haul to Arcadia for ship-breaking shipbreaking, [...]
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*Personally I prefer it hyphenated, but it probably shouldn't, given the hyphenation style the game has established (it tends to do it less often) and that the description of Agreus spells it without a hyphen.

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[...] Hidden near the centre of the shadow armada lies a stack of hab-rings hab rings populated by civilian contractors, navy crew, marines, and Hegemony administration.
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*Not hyphenated everywhere else.
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line 729 (tse station):
[...] A Tri-Tachyon taskforce task force took over the station some decades ago with a (possibly) valid deed and mercenary fleet. [...]
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*Separated everywhere else.
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line 738 (pirates):
[...] reserving their magnanimity for their fellow-travelers fellow travelers - other pirates.
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*Usually not hyphenated, I believe.
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line 757 (planet chicomoztoc):
[...] and a concerning but managable manageable dusting of actinides. [...]
[...] but so long as the Forges are kept safe and churning out mountains of goods, machinines machines, tools, and starship hulls, [...]

line 758 (planet eventide):
[...] Leading families of Eventide pool their influence into great combines that sponsor the solar mirrors and shades which maintain islands of habilitability habitability. [...]
[...] The prevailing ethos of Eventide (or the local inheritence inheritance laws, depending on who you ask) lends itself to providing a disproportionate number of officers to the Hegemony military.

line 788 (generic, toxic cold planet):
[...] Liquid water erupts bubbling with methane from cryovolcanos cryovolcanoes driven by tidal heating and decaying radioactive elements deep within the mantle.
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*Spelt as volcanoes everywhere else.
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line 793 (corona of aka mainyu):
[...] <ost Most ships are not built to withstand prolonged exposure to the extreme heat and radiation and will take damage if they remain within it for any time.

line 807 (kite):
[...] and the two auxilliary auxiliary jet-pods are replaced with missile systems [...]

line 831 (mudskipper):
[...] but it has been annointed anointed it with the altogether more humble name ""Mudskipper"". [...]

line 834 (scarab):
The Scarab is a rare, experimental hull developed by the Tri-Tachyon corporation Corporation. [...]
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*Capitalized everywhere else.
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line 878 (planet eldfell):
A barren world notable for a cluster of unusually active hyper-volcanos hyper-volcanoes, [...]
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*Spelt as volcanoes everywhere else.
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line 880 (planet horn):
A supermassive terrestial terrestrial world, [...]

line 881 (planet athulf):
[...] Court dress is extravagent extravagant and the noblesse oblige of kingship is demanding. [...]

line 882 (planet fikenhild):
[...] Most potential excesses of the system are contrained constrained? or maybe contained by a culture of alternately racous raucous and sentimental audience participation segments; the King is powerful, yes, but the hearts of the people are mercurial.

line 885 (planet madeira):
[...] Otherwise notable for exotic volatiles captured from its primary and the fluorescing pseudo-algaes pseudo-algae which live within the cracks of vast storm-swept ice-fields that dominate the surface of Madeira. [...]

line 886 (planet satanazes):
[...] the upper cloud layers of Satanazes are formed of carbon monoxide and akali alkali metals resulting in a dark, glowering appearance.

line 888 (planet cibola):
[...] An anamolous anomalous series of icy bodies had impacted the world, leaving it cooler and wetter than its equillibrium equilibrium state and therefore within the sporeship's colonization parameters. [...]

line 894 (planet epithany):
[...] though a population sympathic sympathetic to Luddic beliefs lived on. [...]

line 900 (kapteyn station):
This sprawling zero-g industrial station was built to-spec to serve the needs of the Eridani-Utopia Corporation and modified heavily, tumerously timorously?, in the cycles since. [...]

line 903 (chalcedon station):
[...] Judging by the recent markings of light weapons fire on tactically insiginiciant insignificant hull sections, the station appears to have been used for target practice. [...]

line 904 (planet chalcedon):
[...] Primitive native xenolife - theorized to be descended from impact-diaspora from Kumari Aru or vice versa - persists in curious unicelluar-equivalent unicellular equivalent forms in a few obscure ecological niches. [...]

lines 908-929 (remnant ships):
Tri-Tachyon or Tri-Tach appears as "TriTachyon" or "TriTach".

line 957 (AI cores):
[...] an artifact of astouding astounding complexity capable of sophisticated thought exceeding the human mind. [...]

line 960 (survey data):
[...] Surveys such as this are an essential element of sucessful successful military operations, colonization efforts, and corporate ventures.

line 976 (planet ancyra):
[...] and a few briney briny aquifers tapped and exploited by human settlers.

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Also, there seem to be a few redundant whitespaces in this file. Not sure if this is intentional.
(e.g.
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full_escort,ACTION_TOOLTIP,"Order up to 4 frigates, 2 destroyers, or a cruiser and some lighter craft<TWO SPACES HERE>to escort the target, depending on what ships are available.
)


Btw, this BrE/AmE thing sorta triggers me as well :p
And both "center" and "centre" (e.g. line 715 above) appear in the game now. Are you okay with that?
Oh, and favor/favour, too.

(are you turning British? :D).

-- Actually, kind of. I'm American but I've lived in Canada for the last, um, ... 15 years. So some aspects of crazy Canadian spelling have rubbed off on me (colour, armour), but others have not; I refuse to spell "center" as "centre". It's simply unnatural.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #475 on: April 25, 2019, 07:14:13 PM »

Perdition is listed as High Tech tech type when it clearly is Low Tech.

It also uses the word "ordinance" as part of its description which should be "ordnance".

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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #476 on: April 25, 2019, 07:15:54 PM »

Thank you - cleaned that up. The high tech bit was already fixed, but the "ordinance" wasn't.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #477 on: May 11, 2019, 09:14:20 PM »

Tri-Tachyon CEO name is Artemisia Sun according to lore blogpost but in the game colony administrator at Eochu Bres is Artemsia Sun.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #478 on: May 11, 2019, 09:18:24 PM »

Thank you! Fixed this up.
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Re: The Typo Thread
« Reply #479 on: May 18, 2019, 10:40:15 AM »

See attached image. Your logistics officers sneaks them aboard.

Either one logistics officer sneaks, or multiple logistics officers sneak.

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