So it is more than likely that the site in other languages is just shy of gibberish. But it's better than nothing, really. With the company website being accessed by countries around the world (yes we have seen visitors coming in from Japan, China, Australia, and France) then a machine translated version of the website will at least give them a very basic idea of what we are trying to say.
Either that or try to sell them used underwear... But... umm.. still better than nothing.
It's something I've wanted to do for a long time anyway. So here's to multi-lingual VR5!
In Other News
Menus...yes we've all seen them in the MacOSX or Windows Operating system... but in Active Worlds? Yep, another midnight building binge led me to resurrect an old concept - building a Button Menu in Active Worlds with elaborate visible off, name=, etc in order to control a media device (namely a stereo).
In layman's terms: Consolidated alot of visible buttons into a visible on demand menu system. Looks better and doesn't have alot of buttons floating around detracting from the build. Also allows me to control the volume of the stereo while it is playing, as well as switch stations, and turn the stereo off.
Very useful for implementation in future builds, and I have saved the menu configuration for later use in other areas.
Well.. I guess that is it for my update. I'll try to get another one of these blog entries in after the New Year.
Selling Used Underwear in Japan - Darian Knight