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Translate words or sentences into another language

The !translate command translates text from one language to another. RuneScript can attempt to detect the starting language and will use English as the ending language if one isn't provided. RuneScript will also accept universal language codes in the place of a language's full name.

As of December 1, 2011, Google's Translate API is a paid-for service. Because the RuneScript project has no subscription to the new API, this command is not functional. The documentation below is kept, should we acquire a subscription.

RuneScript uses Google Translate for all its translating needs. We do not guarantee that any translation is 100% accurate and we are not responsible for any problems that arise from incorrect translations. All mistranslations will be due to Google's Systems, and you may suggest new translations by visiting Google Translate. We cannot assist you on our end.


!translate [starting language]>[ending language] <text>

Example of use:

<Cowman_133> !translate French>English Salut, je m'appelle Cowman.
-RuneScript- *** [ FR -> EN ]: "Salut, je m'appelle Cowman." translates to "Hi, I'm Cowman."

Without starting language:

<Cowman_133> !translate >ES I'm Cowman
-RuneScript- *** [ EN -> ES ]: "I'm Cowman" translates to "Estoy Cowman"

Without starting or ending language:

<Cowman_133> !translate RuneScript est le meilleur!
-RuneScript- *** [ FR -> EN ]: "RuneScript est le meilleur!" translates to "RuneScript is the best!"

This command's settings may be changed with !set translate.

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