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ZedHqX4: Ok, sorry for reviving this thread, but im onto something. As we all know, the spanish version works fine on windows 10. If you overwrite the "movies" and "Dialog" folders, you can get english audio, but you still have the spanish text. I tried to translate with an hexadecimal editor some parts just to test, and it does work. The file to modify is "locale" inside the Provider folder. Im adding a picture just to show you. I did this in a few minutes, im sure if someone knows how to code a proper tool, it will be faster and easier to translate back to english (or any other language) the menu and the files, hence getting win 10 support.
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jrod0772: wow, well that is new. The whole reason I have not bought this is because of the win10 issue. hope it pans out.
Ok, i got further in this issue. I remembered there was a PS2 version so i got a copy and opening the files, there was also a PROVIDER folder with some LOC_##.COK files, obviously the locale files for deutch, english, french, italian and spanish. So i opened one of those with the hex editor to see if it used the same text pattern and it did. So the next step was to test them on the game. I copied one over renamed it to locale and what do you know? IT WORKED!!!! The only "problem" would be that since apparently this was from the dreamcast version in the game it shows as A in a red circle to accept and a Y in a green circle for cancel. And also, a few things are read from the exe itself, so those little things would have to be changed with an hex editor.

Well for the moment here's the "fix"

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8jei8izaeh01obp/AAD_UjM5Wf2BR5afE213y9fga?dl=0

-Install both the spanish and the english/french one
-Copy over the movies and Dialog folder from the english/french version over to the spanish install
-Download one of the LOC_##.COK files from the dropbox link and rename it to locale (don forget to remove the ".COK")
-Test

Let me know how it works.

As a personal question, does anyone know how to add a wrapper or xinput support to an exe? I really want to have a pause button and use the Dpad for movement and i dont like to use joytokey.
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Post edited June 04, 2016 by ZedHqX4
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jrod0772: wow, well that is new. The whole reason I have not bought this is because of the win10 issue. hope it pans out.
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ZedHqX4: Ok, i got further in this issue. I remembered there was a PS2 version so i got a copy and opening the files, there was also a PROVIDER folder with some LOC_##.COK files, obviously the locale files for deutch, english, french, italian and spanish. So i opened one of those with the hex editor to see if it used the same text pattern and it did. So the next step was to test them on the game. I copied one over renamed it to locale and what do you know? IT WORKED!!!! The only "problem" would be that since apparently this was from the dreamcast version in the game it shows as A in a red circle to accept and a Y in a green circle for cancel. And also, a few things are read from the exe itself, so those little things would have to be changed with an hex editor.

Well for the moment here's the "fix"

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8jei8izaeh01obp/AAD_UjM5Wf2BR5afE213y9fga?dl=0

-Install both the spanish and the english/french one
-Copy over the movies and Dialog folder from the english/french version over to the spanish install
-Download one of the LOC_##.COK files from the dropbox link and rename it to locale (don forget to remove the ".COK")
-Test

Let me know how it works.

As a personal question, does anyone know how to add a wrapper or xinput support to an exe? I really want to have a pause button and use the Dpad for movement and i dont like to use joytokey.
Hallo,

ive just tried your "fix" and it works very well on my two pc`s with Windows10. Thank you so much for this Workaround.
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jrod0772: wow, well that is new. The whole reason I have not bought this is because of the win10 issue. hope it pans out.
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ZedHqX4: Ok, i got further in this issue. I remembered there was a PS2 version so i got a copy and opening the files, there was also a PROVIDER folder with some LOC_##.COK files, obviously the locale files for deutch, english, french, italian and spanish. So i opened one of those with the hex editor to see if it used the same text pattern and it did. So the next step was to test them on the game. I copied one over renamed it to locale and what do you know? IT WORKED!!!! The only "problem" would be that since apparently this was from the dreamcast version in the game it shows as A in a red circle to accept and a Y in a green circle for cancel. And also, a few things are read from the exe itself, so those little things would have to be changed with an hex editor.

Well for the moment here's the "fix"

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8jei8izaeh01obp/AAD_UjM5Wf2BR5afE213y9fga?dl=0

-Install both the spanish and the english/french one
-Copy over the movies and Dialog folder from the english/french version over to the spanish install
-Download one of the LOC_##.COK files from the dropbox link and rename it to locale (don forget to remove the ".COK")
-Test

Let me know how it works.

As a personal question, does anyone know how to add a wrapper or xinput support to an exe? I really want to have a pause button and use the Dpad for movement and i dont like to use joytokey.
Just to be sure, I've downloaded the file and I'm wondering if replacing the exe from the GOG version with the one in the file would've the same effect.

I know it looks like I'm being lazy, but I'd rather not juggle more than one installation.
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ZedHqX4: Ok, i got further in this issue. I remembered there was a PS2 version so i got a copy and opening the files, there was also a PROVIDER folder with some LOC_##.COK files, obviously the locale files for deutch, english, french, italian and spanish. So i opened one of those with the hex editor to see if it used the same text pattern and it did. So the next step was to test them on the game. I copied one over renamed it to locale and what do you know? IT WORKED!!!! The only "problem" would be that since apparently this was from the dreamcast version in the game it shows as A in a red circle to accept and a Y in a green circle for cancel. And also, a few things are read from the exe itself, so those little things would have to be changed with an hex editor.

Well for the moment here's the "fix"

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8jei8izaeh01obp/AAD_UjM5Wf2BR5afE213y9fga?dl=0

-Install both the spanish and the english/french one
-Copy over the movies and Dialog folder from the english/french version over to the spanish install
-Download one of the LOC_##.COK files from the dropbox link and rename it to locale (don forget to remove the ".COK")
-Test

Let me know how it works.

As a personal question, does anyone know how to add a wrapper or xinput support to an exe? I really want to have a pause button and use the Dpad for movement and i dont like to use joytokey.
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POLE7645: Just to be sure, I've downloaded the file and I'm wondering if replacing the exe from the GOG version with the one in the file would've the same effect.

I know it looks like I'm being lazy, but I'd rather not juggle more than one installation.
It starts and you can play from the beginning, but dont know if there are more differences among the rest of the files, test it. Play it and if you dont have any issue then it's the same. If "... with the one in the file " you are refering to the one in dropbox, its also the GOG version, just the spanish version. I uploaded it for the steam users that dont have spanish version available.
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Post edited June 29, 2016 by fr33kSh0w2012
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POLE7645: Just to be sure, I've downloaded the file and I'm wondering if replacing the exe from the GOG version with the one in the file would've the same effect.

I know it looks like I'm being lazy, but I'd rather not juggle more than one installation.
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ZedHqX4: It starts and you can play from the beginning, but dont know if there are more differences among the rest of the files, test it. Play it and if you dont have any issue then it's the same. If "... with the one in the file " you are refering to the one in dropbox, its also the GOG version, just the spanish version. I uploaded it for the steam users that dont have spanish version available.
OK. I tried it and the graphic glitch is gone, but...

- Every option on the main menu except "Salir" (pretty sure it's missing something) are invisible
- The game crashes to desktop as soon as I reach the character selection screen

Guess I'll have to try the original solution after all.

Edit: OK. Tried your old method and I still have that bug (might be a Galaxy issue, though). Trying without Galaxy.
Edit 2: Using the non-Galaxy installers seems to work. There are a few commands that are still in Spanish (mostly "Salir", and the screen to change controls.
Edit 3: OK. I think I figured out why there are commands still in Spanish. You file comes from the console version and these commands don't exist on that version (I figured that Salir means Quit, which doesn't exist on the console version for obvious reasons. And the screen to change control is completely different. Just saying.
Post edited July 03, 2016 by POLE7645
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ZedHqX4: It starts and you can play from the beginning, but dont know if there are more differences among the rest of the files, test it. Play it and if you dont have any issue then it's the same. If "... with the one in the file " you are refering to the one in dropbox, its also the GOG version, just the spanish version. I uploaded it for the steam users that dont have spanish version available.
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POLE7645: OK. I tried it and the graphic glitch is gone, but...

- Every option on the main menu except "Salir" (pretty sure it's missing something) are invisible
- The game crashes to desktop as soon as I reach the character selection screen

Guess I'll have to try the original solution after all.

Edit: OK. Tried your old method and I still have that bug (might be a Galaxy issue, though). Trying without Galaxy.
Edit 2: Using the non-Galaxy installers seems to work. There are a few commands that are still in Spanish (mostly "Salir", and the screen to change controls.
Edit 3: OK. I think I figured out why there are commands still in Spanish. You file comes from the console version and these commands don't exist on that version (I figured that Salir means Quit, which doesn't exist on the console version for obvious reasons. And the screen to change control is completely different. Just saying.
Your initial problem was because the locale file wasnt placed in the PROVIDER folder. Yes, some strings are read from the exe itself, it can be changed but it need hex editing, not a hard thing to do, but:

1) it could probably break something
2) im lazy and somewhat OCD

Since im not getting paid to find potential bugs and also im not capable of fixing them in case they appear, well im better off not doing it