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Uniformed non-English tags

Postby Smiling Spectre » Thu Apr 16, 2020 2:16 pm

Right now AL is slightly non-consistent with it's tags.

90% of countries has two-letter (sometimes one-letter) codes. So let's take it as basis.

- French games are mostly [Fr]. But there are 5 games where French is [F].

- All Polish games marked [PL] instead [Pl] for some reason.

- All Norwegian games, except one, coded [Nor].

- Most Chinese games coded as [Ch]. But some of them coded [Tw] (even if most of "Taiwanese" games still has "Chinese CD" in description).

That's all I see now, but I'll add if I'll found something else. :)
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Re: Uniformed non-English tags

Postby Delacroix » Thu Apr 16, 2020 3:55 pm

Chinese should be tagged as CHT and CHS respectively, Chinese Traditional and Chinese Simplified, that is.
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Re: Uniformed non-English tags

Postby Scaryfun » Fri Apr 17, 2020 1:56 am

Thanks for the notes. I changed the [F] to [Fr], as those were mistakes.
I used PL for Polish because small-case L (Pl) could be confused with capital i.
I changed the one [No] to [Nor]. I thought [No] could be confusing, as in... no, don't try this game.
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