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IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover Latest instalment in the acclaimed IL-2 Sturmovik series from award-winning developer 1C: Maddox Games.

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Old 03-28-2011, 08:51 AM
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Default russian version possible one day to have english menus?

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as the headline already states:will it be possible,one day, to have the russian version with english menus?
any educated guesses,or knowledge about it would be greatly appreciated.

i dont have a glue about programming, so i dont know if it is possible, but im sure many people here have more knowledge about it.
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Old 03-28-2011, 08:53 AM
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It would be great, what is really undesirable it's having TWO versions of the game. Why not use only a version with several languages?

I hope that in future patches, the developers unificate the game to a single version with several languages.
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It would be great, what is really undesirable it's having TWO versions of the game. Why not use only a version with several languages?

I hope that in future patches, the developers unificate the game to a single version with several languages.
true especially when having this filter for included i dont want to pay a six times higher price.
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short question:
as the headline already states:will it be possible,one day, to have the russian version with english menus?
any educated guesses,or knowledge about it would be greatly appreciated.

i dont have a glue about programming, so i dont know if it is possible, but im sure many people here have more knowledge about it.

Adonys has already done some checking on this for us and after exploring the files included with the Russian version of the game he thinks that once the western version comes out it might just be a mater of using the English language files from the western version and adding them to the Russian version.

lets hope he is rite we will find out im guessing the same night as western release.

PS is anyone getting used to the Russian too? LOL im still a bit frustrated about not being able to map some of the keys but other then that I don't mind the navigation any more rofl just have it memorized where things are for the most part
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Old 03-28-2011, 10:06 AM
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Adonys has already done some checking on this for us and after exploring the files included with the Russian version of the game he thinks that once the western version comes out it might just be a mater of using the English language files from the western version and adding them to the Russian version.

lets hope he is rite we will find out im guessing the same night as western release.

PS is anyone getting used to the Russian too? LOL im still a bit frustrated about not being able to map some of the keys but other then that I don't mind the navigation any more rofl just have it memorized where things are for the most part
well i am very confused with this russian.adonys told us how to get some mission briefings in english.did it work for you??my atempt did not succeed.and i dont know what i was doing wrong.
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i dont have a glue
If it only was that easy.........LOL!

Sorry,couldn't resist...........
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:22 AM
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It did work for me, some of the mission briefings are in english now on my version. In the zip file he made, there was some misspelling on one of the two folders that needs to remade to get files into the right place.
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:25 AM
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If this language change would be possible, then I would buy the Russian version to get rid of the filter thingy. I want all the FPS I can get, nothing bothers more than stutter or pauses.
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If this language change would be possible, then I would buy the Russian version to get rid of the filter thingy. I want all the FPS I can get, nothing bothers more than stutter or pauses.
Don't get the russian version only for the antiepilepsy thing. In my computer i can't even note the difference. Perhaps 2FPS or 4FPS at most. I even believe it's a placebo ROFL.

In low end computer it can be a problem, that's for sure.

You will be much more annoyed for spit releasing landing flaps in 1 second and combat turning with them
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:14 PM
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I dont agree with those western guys who are buying the game because of the price.

The average wages are totally different between western and eastern country, and you're damaging the developer buying the game with a so lower price when you CAN afford to pay the western price.
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