Translation update!
Posted on Monday, July 25, 2016 21:47
"It is now easier to communicate between English and foreign citizens with this translation update!"

Hello, Guest.

HoloRP has applied a new update where you can communicate with foreign users and english users easier without any confusion.

Commands:

  • :translate <from language> <to language> - This will translate the message from the language you specified to the target language. For example, ':translate en fr', 'Hello.' -> 'Bonjour.'
  • :stoptranslate - Stops the translation.

Here are the available languages you can use for this feature:

  • af - Afrikaans
  • sq - Albanian 
  • az - Azerbaijani
  • eu - Basque
  • be - Belarusian
  • bg - Bulgarian
  • ca - Catalan
  • hr - Croatian
  • cs - Czech
  • da - Danish
  • nl - Dutch
  • en - English
  • eo - Esperanto
  • et - Estonian
  • tl - Filipino
  • fi - Finnish
  • fr - French
  • gl - Galician
  • de - German
  • el - Greek
  • ht - Haitian Creole
  • hu - Hungarian
  • is - Icelandic
  • id - Indonesian
  • ga - Irish
  • it - Italian
  • la - Latin
  • lv - Latvian
  • lt - Lithuanian
  • mk - Macedonian
  • ms - Malay
  • mt - Maltese
  • no - Norwegian
  • pl - Polish
  • pt - Portuguese
  • ro - Romanian
  • sk - Slovak
  • sl - Slovenian
  • es - Spanish
  • sw - Swahili
  • sv - Swedish
  • tr - Turkish
  • vi - Vietnamese
  • cy - Welsh

Have fun!

- Jerry-Rose

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Comments (9)

Amber-Chan 3 years ago
Noice.

Kizzy-Rizzo 3 years ago
HAHA

Aces-Black 3 years ago
Fuq da pinoys with their language

Jeff-Mukhtar 3 years ago
HA U STUPID PINOYS U CNT FK WIT US NOW !!

Jerry-Imari 3 years ago
@Dabu-Myoui Any language with special characters such as Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc. isn't supported because our Habbo.swf doesn't have the fonts included. If you try to translate to any of those languages, it will return as "???????" so ya lmao

Dabu-Myoui 3 years ago
what about chinese

Jerry-Imari 3 years ago
@Uniko-Hyvers Brazil is "pt - Portuguese" :P

Uniko-Hyverss 3 years ago
WHAT ABOUT BRAZIL

Don-Felder 3 years ago
*forgets to credit the man with the idea*