This is a two-part guide that addresses two separate issues. Firstly I’ll talk about how to configure the ConfigXXX.json file and in the second part of the guide I am going to be discussing language packs in the game Keplerth.
When you awoke, you were lying in a hibernation pod. You don’t have any food, clothes, or anything else. To survive in this dangerous world, you can gather resources, make helpful tools, build your own home, tame wild animals, and combat weird creatures. This is the world of Keplerth you are entering into. Check out the full guide for further details.
How To Configure ConfigXXX.json File And Language Packs Guide For Keplerth
ConfigXXX.json File Configuration Improvements
1. You can only make changes to the data that has to be changed. There is no need to fill out any other information. If you merely want to change Apple’s maximum stack size, enter the values as follows:
2. In the setup, you may choose which ID to use as the base data (“BaseDataID”: X). You can express the data as if you want to create a new item that is similar to Apple but has a maximum stack number.
"Your Item ID":
Data with Id 1 in ConfigItem.json (Apple)
Data are as follows:
Creating and Using a Language Pack
- To access the Keplerth folder, right-click on the game on Steam, select Local Files, and then Browse Local Files.
- Go to “Keplerth Data/StreamingAssets/Language” and open the language folder.
- Go to the “Language.txt” file and open it.
- Change the language of any column or create a new one. You may do this in Excel by simply copying and pasting to Excel, then copying and pasting back to the language file after you’re done.
- Use the relevant API language code as stated in the table for the first row in the language file, i.e. Language Code.
Once you’ve completed your translation. The Keplerth Uploader can be used to upload the translation to the Steam Workshop. By switching your Steam library to Tools and then using the Keplerth Uploader, you can discover the uploader.
How To Use Language Pack
- Start the game.
- Select “Workshop” from the drop-down menu.
- Select “Steam Workshop” from the drop-down menu.
- Select the Language Pack you want to use and subscribe to it.
- Return to the game and select the Language Pack you desire.
- Select “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
- Decide on the language you’d like to use.
- If the text is shown wrongly (for example, different letter widths or missing words), please try a different font.
Last Updated on May 27, 2022
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