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I need some English-as-a-second-language volunteers

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LANGUAGE
Spanish/Español (es)

LOWERCASE
1234567890'¿
qwertyuiop
asdfghjklñ
zxcvbnm,.-

UPPERCASE
!"#$%&/()=?¡
QWERTYUIOP
ASDFGHJKLÑ
ZXCVBNM;:_

PICTURE
Image

SOURCE
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teclado_QWERTY

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Awesome, thanks. French and Spanish BscotchID messaging now being tested :D

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WOOHOO :D

Edit: Dangit I wasn't on the good account
Last edited by Ulnarevern on 18 Aug 2015 17:33, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: I was pretty tired and maybe a bit innatentive X)

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LANGUAGE
Korean/한글

LOWERCASE
1234567890-=
ㅂㅈㄷㄱㅅ ㅛㅕㅑㅐㅔ[]
ㅁㄴㅇㄹㅎ ㅗㅓㅏㅣ;'
ㅋㅌㅊㅍ ㅠㅜㅡ,./

UPPERCASE
!@#$%^&*()_+
ㅃㅉㄸㄲㅆ ㅛㅕㅑㅒㅖ{}|
ㅁㄴㅇㄹㅎ ㅗㅓㅏㅣ:"
ㅋㅌㅊㅍ ㅠㅜㅡ<>?

PICTURE
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... _Korea.svg
(no idea how to use images so a link)

ALSO, Korean words have two components a vowel and a consonant and they combine to make a single character. Like ㅅ and ㅗ combine to make 소.

Also, there are no actual upper case letters in Korean, upper case letters just make a more accented sound of their counterpart. Like ㅃ is a more accented version of ㅂ. So, these characters aren't used to begin a sentence.

Also, most koreans can understand english as its in their education

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LANGUAGE
Polish (programmers)/Polski (programisty) [PL]

LOWERCASE
`1234567890-=\
qwertyuiop[]
asdfghjkl;'
zxcvbnm,./

UPPERCASE
~!@#$%^&*()_+|
QWERTYUIOP{}
ASDFGHJKL:"
ZXCVBNM<>?

There are also typical polish letters (all with right Alt key):
ę, Ę (alt+e, alt+shift+e)
ó, Ó (alt+o, alt+shift+o)
ą, Ą (alt+a, alt+shift+a)
ś, Ś (alt+s, alt+shift+s)
ł, Ł (alt+l, alt+shift+l)
ż, Ż (alt+z, alt+shift+z)
ź, Ź (alt+x, alt+shift+x)
ć, Ć (alt+c, alt+shift+c)
ń, Ń (alt+n, alt+shift+n)

Image

https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klawiatura_programisty

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Location: Cracow, Poland

@Nea that's actually simpler than I expected, but I don't think it'll work in the game. Because of how fonts work in Gamemaker, we can only easily support ~3000 characters. The total number of Korean characters (if I understand correctly) is on that same order, even though each is composed of two of a much smaller number of characters. Unless having the consonant and the vowel sit next to each other (instead of being combined) would also be fine, though I'm not sure how that will work with input from an actual keyboard (vs our virtual one).

@tofos Is every Polish person a programmer ;)? I only intend to support standard layouts since those will serve the most people (otherwise the list of options could get REALLY REALLY LONG).

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Language

German (De)

Lowercase

^1234567890ß´
qwertzuiopü+
asdfghjklöä#
yxcvbnm,.-

Uppercase

^!"§$%&/()=?´
QWERTZUIOPÜ*
ASDFGHJKLÖÄ'
YXCVBNM;:-

Picture
Image

Source

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QWERTZ

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Location: Cracow, Poland

Fair enough! Added.

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Location: Dallas, TX USA

Great!

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