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Re: Wrong translation

#11 Post by DICEEE » 13 Sep 2018 06:08

Bump? 6 months later and no fix for this
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Re: Wrong translation

#12 Post by DICEEE » 18 Sep 2018 07:33

I changed it on getloc.com and it showed up in game!!!! Great!
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Re: Wrong translation

#13 Post by George2 » 06 Dec 2018 20:14

1. The correct name for The Czech Republic in Romanian isn't "Republica Cehă", but "Cehia" like it is "Polonia" for Poland. The only country for which the Romanians are using the prefix "Republica" is Moldova, and that's because we have in Romania a region called in the same way as the country with its capital at Chişinău! It's really disturbing to see that name displayed in Romanian for "Cehia". :)

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2 . Košice IS NOT Caşovia. NOBODY in Romania is calling that city anything but Košice!

Google Search Results for Kosice, in the romanian language:
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Romanian Wikipedia for Kosice:
https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ko%C5%A1ice

European Parliament website (in Romanian) talking about Marseille and Kosice as the European Cultural Capitals in 2013.
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/ro/h ... ii-in-2013

3. The following hungarian cities are called in the Romanian language as it follows:
Debrecen = Debreţin
https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debre%C8%9Bin

Szeged = Seghedin
https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seghedin
Thank you, SCS, for adding ROmania to ETS2! :idea:

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Re: Wrong translation

#14 Post by IonutL » 07 Dec 2018 17:42

1. Both names are considered corect. In other languages the country name is translated either way, so i don't know if it is really necessary to change it, but i'll do it regardless.
2. When i've checked, the Wikipedia name was indeed Caşovia, but now someone edited it on the 6 december to Košice, so i will make necessary adjustments.
3. Indeed the translations were not adapted to romanian language.

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Re: Wrong translation

#15 Post by George2 » 07 Dec 2018 21:02

Thank you for the reply Ionut! ;)
Thank you, SCS, for adding ROmania to ETS2! :idea:

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