Development on version 2.x (Western Ukraine Project)

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02 Dec 2015 18:24

very nice pics...

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02 Dec 2015 18:32

awesome signs
good that I can be a bit macedonian helps me to read the signs :lol:
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02 Dec 2015 22:17

Nice job with the signs Purno :)

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02 Dec 2015 22:50

Great signs! I think you should stick and be as realistic as possible about the language used on the signs. Don't use English if it isn't really used in Ukraine.
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02 Dec 2015 23:02

DanyTNT wrote:Great signs! I think you should stick and be as realistic as possible about the language used on the signs. Don't use English if it isn't really used in Ukraine.
It looks like, that most of road signs (which are talking about directions) are both in Ukrainian and English. I've checked them in Google Maps.

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02 Dec 2015 23:21

I have one more question:
It seems, that in Ukrainian the cities names "Mukachevo" and "Beregovo", ends as well in "...O", as in Russian. Can you fix them before release of v2.0? ;)
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02 Dec 2015 23:32

Can you also prepare some of those sings, when entering in oblast?

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03 Dec 2015 03:39

Hoe to do And EU boundary ?

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03 Dec 2015 07:44

Vladzz-G wrote:I have one more question:
It seems, that in Ukrainian the cities names "Mukachevo" and "Beregovo", ends as well in "...O", as in Russian. Can you fix them before release of v2.0? ;)
From wikipedia:

There are many different ways to name Mukacheve. In Ukrainian it is usually spelled as Mukacheve while Мукачів (Mukachiv) is sometimes also used.[4] Its name in Rusyn is Мукачево (Mukachevo), which is also a Russian transliteration -Russian: Мукачево- as well as a name adopted by the local authorities and portrayed on the city's coat of arms. Other names are Hungarian: Munkács; Romanian: Muncaci, Munceag; Polish Mukaczewo; Slovak and Czech: Mukačevo; German: Munkatsch; Yiddish: מונקאטש‎ (Munkatsh).

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