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How to use unlocalized strings other than on item / block names?


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Either use a TextComponentTranslation or translate using I18n.

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1 minute ago, Kokkie said:

That's because you have

Which requires you to the color code in your lang file, remove it.

To make it have colors you put § + a number in front of the 'translation'.

Wrong. Tooltip entries are not translated when displayed, you have to do it yourself.

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2 minutes ago, Kokkie said:

But still, if he would pass it as a string to translate he would have to remove that, or make them seperate

No.

 

tooltip.add(TextFormatting.LIGHT_PURPLE + I18n.format("tooltip:oreflowers:indicator"));

Edited by Draco18s

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1 minute ago, Kokkie said:

That's what I ment with

Quote

or make them seperate

 


Oh no, the horror of having to use a + and concatenate a string!

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On 20/10/2017 at 8:46 PM, Draco18s said:

No.

 

tooltip.add(TextFormatting.LIGHT_PURPLE + I18n.format("tooltip:oreflowers:indicator"));

Thanks everyone. I18n did the job. Another small question. How can I add a space after a string in the lang file? Like

tooltip.item.base_info=This is an OP sword <-Space

Seems like minecraft doesn't recognize the space.

Nevermind. I'm stupid. ^

The same question goes for a space after the equal (=)

tooltip.item.base_info= This is an OP sword

In this case, minecraft doesn't recognize the string at all.

 

I had to do

tooltip.add(I18n.format("tooltip.item.base_info") + " ");

and

tooltip.add(" " + I18n.format("tooltip.item.base_info"));

but I don't think that is a neat solution

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