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 Post subject: Built In Server Sided Language Translation
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2016 1:34 pm 

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OSGrid should have a translator built into it so that people from all over the world could communicate without using a buggy script


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 Post subject: Re: Built In Server Sided Language Translation
PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 12:49 pm 
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This was discussed in Saturday Q&A 2 weeks ago. (I suggested to have one built into a viewer, like they did with the AO in 2007). Whatever solution comes out, simplifying communications is always a big "Pre" imo, so it's a good suggestion,just don't know if that can / is useful to be done at the server side. (Overhead VS not everyone needing it, viewer might be a better place).

Rotten part is there are (to the best of my knowledge, i didn't try to find one real hard) nearly no free or decent /workable API's to use any longer, or there severely limited. Scripts are not buggy, any IP connected over an API, can only "do so much translations" for free @ google for example. (I believe it's around 5000 words per day or so). Afterwards you get to pay per word, and get charged per 1 or 2 million "word translations". And since for some reason, there is no "price list" either, I expect it to not be cheap. And no pay = your API telling you to go away. resulting in a script error.


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