Friedrich II
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Translation into German and the manual...

Wed Apr 15, 2009 10:35 am

I'd like to say a warm thank you for the outstanding translation of the game and the manual into german language! It seems to be a community work and it was really done in a superb way. Thanks for all your work, guys! :thumbsup:

The manual got a first class printing in a copyshop (not coffee-shop...) Unfortunately this was more expensive than the software... :)

But the result speaks for itself:



Now it's much easier to learn playing the game...

Thanks again! :coeurs:

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Thu Apr 16, 2009 7:50 am

It looks beautiful. Congratulations. :thumbsup:
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Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:29 am

Dear Friedrich II., have you give them the pdf-file for printing or a printout of it? Because I would try such else with my manuals of WIA and AACW for a better reading so I need no dictionary for some words I do not know.
Your manual looks very great indeed, my gratulations... :thumbsup:


Hohenlohe :coeurs:
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Friedrich II
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Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:33 pm

Sei gegrüßt, Hohenlohe!

I gave them the pdf on a usb-stick. Please notice: Everything was laserprinted b/w, except the frontpage, which is a color laserprint. Nevertheless I paid 26 € for the printing (strong paper 120 g/qm), including binding and the plastic front and back cover. :(

But for me it's worth the money... ;)

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Fri Apr 17, 2009 3:19 pm

It reminds me of the printing of my thesis works :D
For what I remember, it is indeed that expensive, especially since you went for laser and high quality paper. At least you'll have something worth standing on a bookshelf!
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Friedrich II
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Fri Apr 17, 2009 6:07 pm

TiFlo wrote:At least you'll have something worth standing on a bookshelf!

That's true, sir! :)

Fortunately WIA is pretty complex for a newbie on ageod-games like me. So there's no need to print another game-manual within the next year or so... :)

Uh-oh, I forgot "Rise of Prussia"... ;)

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Fri Apr 17, 2009 7:23 pm

Friedrich II wrote:Uh-oh, I forgot "Rise of Prussia"... ;)

Hehe, judging by your choice of forum nick, I imagine you might be waiting for that one :D
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