I suppose this is a font bundled with certain Chinese language packs for Windows. Does it have an international name? Specifying the name as 黑体 in global.js would only make it work on systems with Chinese locale and language packs, and thcrap strives to work independently of locale everywhere. --NamelessLegacy (talk) 03:06, 6 September 2018 (UTC)
- Hello, sorry for interrupting. I found that 黑体 font is the same as SimHei . In fact they are the same font, but it just shows the name 黑体 in Simplified Chinese systems. But searching SimHei in C:/WINDOWS/Fonts will get nothing, so I'm confused if I should keep name SimHei or just use 黑体 .--Yanstime (talk) 06:34, 6 September 2018 (UTC)
- Ah, I see. As long as SimHei is installed, it doesn't actually make a difference whether it is specified as SimHei or 黑体. As of Windows 10, you manually have to install Chinese language support to get this font (it was available by default in Vista and 7), and that's why it didn't display correctly for me. --NamelessLegacy (talk) 06:49, 6 September 2018 (UTC)
Advice About Translation Copyrights
Usually, copyright isn't so strict in fan things so you may not really follow copyrights rules. But I hope you can add links to THB Wiki's original pages but not to simply mention this on translation pages. This would easier for readers to find the source and this is part of credit part of Creative Commons Lisence.
Sorry for disturbing. I am not a so easygoing person and I originally hate copy&paste and was afraid of being "invaded" by THB Wiki here, so at the start I didn't appreciate your work. However, I change my mind now. This may be fine if you can't translate it yourself and leaving here blank in case of "invaded" is not so reasonable. --NamelessFairy (talk) 07:44, 13 November 2019 (UTC)
Sorry for unmarking THBWiki. Though I've mentioned it outside thpatch, I'll add it on translated pages later. --Yanstime (talk) 08:50, 16 November 2019 (UTC)