RGeezy911 wrote:If you can't change your username for your Windows profile you may have to create a new Windows account with letters and numbers using the English alphabet. Then on that account you can play Prison Architect with no issues.
Alternatively, you can wait until language support is implemented.
I'm not sure but I guess stuff like 'programfiles' is also in a different style.
rlgjiojgboirtjnb wrote:Nothing to do with the bug, but damn, english gaming mandatory? I always thought the dutch education system is one of the better ones, im really doubting that now....
Just for starters, there is about 2 BILLION people in the world who speak native chinese (different languages but each one a lot more similar to each other than either one to english). Add on top another 1.5 BILLION who speak native indian languages (again, several different ones but closer related to each other than to english), maybe a BILLION or so who speak native spanish/portuguese (or derivatives), another 500 million to 1 BILLION with russian languages and you get quite a large number of the world who doesnt require english at all. In fact learning english in (i.e.) india is providing quite a worse economic outlook than learning proper mandarin due to the dwindling impact of western economys.
If anything, germans(which i am), dutch and any other westerner should be forced to learn chinese/indian/spanish/russian languages considering that 90% of our goods are manufactured in those countries. They are the majority of the planet and will sooner or later realize an ageing europe and a hopelessly crashed US arent really necessary for them and then your fucked with english.
Sorry for the offtopic, but damn.....
PS: I agree that knoest is a damn racist, if ive ever seen one. Whats worse, hes not even realizing it. On the other hand it confirms my clique of IB students.
It's not about how many people speak what language as their native one, look up the numbers for people that speak English as a secondary language and you'll be amazed. Plus your forgetting that spanish is also in the same letterstyle as English so their shouldn't be any saving problems there.
And eventhough a lot of goods do indeed come from those countries, you are wrongfully asuming that in all those factories a non-english language is spoken. Eventhough things aren't very bright there now you can see a more wealthy class form in China with a less corrupt government, because of industrialization. It's gradually allowing them to become more wealthy and demanding like western people untill manufacters decide that Asia becomes to expensive and starts to set up their factories in Africa, making that the new global producer of your shoes.
And finally, in order for me to be racist I would need to discriminate groups of people based on their race. I don't, I'm reflecting my opinion on the importance of English in the world and I therefor find it very normal if only English characters are supported. I'm willing to, as a member of the rich class, to support the poor class but not to support religion or war. If people would be willing to learn from the past instead of reject certain groups because of it (like a lot of black people now hate white people because of slavery eventhough those white people never participated in it and those black people never suffered from it) we would have already be having flying cars, If those damn knights and kings in the fifth century would have continued the usage of the Roman bathhouses and sewer system instead of follow a religion that cause technology to stall for 1000 years the world would have been a smarter a lot earlier. Everything needs to come from both ways, you can't be in love with a person if he/she doesn't love you and I won't wisely spend money on third world countries if they aren't going to spend it wisely.
And for all those people who will start to complain about how a 17 year old pretends to know how the world works, you might want to consider individual experiences before judging