Arabic with color code

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3 years 5 months ago #1560 by messi
Arabic with color code was created by messi
I have a problem with arabic show

I assign the text use ScriptLocalization.Get() and the para FixForRTL is true

for example :

in google sheet it looks like this:


and in I2 language it looks like this :



but in game it looks like this :


what should I do to make the color code show right ?Thanks
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3 years 5 months ago #1561 by Frank
Replied by Frank on topic Arabic with color code
Hi,
Sorry about this issue. I modified the RTL parsing code to keep tags in the right order and format.
Now, NGUI can have [xxxx],[-], etc and uGUI, TextMeshPro and others can use Ritch-Text tags <color=red>,</color>, etc

That change is in version 2.6.7 a1 which you can download from the beta folder.

Hope that helps,
Frank

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3 years 5 months ago - 3 years 5 months ago #1563 by messi
Replied by messi on topic Arabic with color code
thank you very much,

what I use is 2.4.5 f3,in this version I found another wierd thing about Arabic translation.when I use {num} it will be parse as {num} but when I use {0} ,it will parse as {.}.

I encapsulate a function like this :

public static string GetWithPara( string Term, Dictionary<string, string> para, bool FixForRTL = true)
{
string _term = LocalizationManager.GetTermTranslation(Term, FixForRTL);

for (var s = para.GetEnumerator(); s.MoveNext();) {
string token = "{" + s.Current.Key + "}";
_term = _term.Replace(token, s.Current.Value);
}

return _term;
}

so I need the {0} keep the same as before,what should I do? Thank you
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