Sadly, AceLocale is not a dictionary. Look into the file Buffalo2-enUS.lua and you will see that every word or sentence that is used in Buffalo2 is the key of a Lua table. AceLocale just automates the choice of the table by the client's language (i.e. for a german client, the table in Buffalo2-deDE.lua is used).
Oh, I thought it was much like Babble :) Thanks for the clarification. All that is left now, is actually get my container settings to work :P
When I try writing a custom container, like I said I would attempt, AceLocale errors out, thus forcing me to not use AceLocale. I hope that will not cause issues within Buffalo2, which is why I am asking lol.
1. Don't worry, I'm not mad at anything, just wanted to remind people about this inconvenience (and I know it is one) of Buffalo2 :-)
2. Thanks for the edits
3. Sure. Attaching to a forum post will do, thank you. (Or, if you have SVN-Access, you can commit it directly)
I am actually scared of SVN :P I used to be forced to use CVS in my school programming days, through SourceForge and all that. But I am terrified of messing up SVN.
Might be a stupid question, but what is the difference between basic/standard layout set to horizontal with 10 columns and DreamLayout .. other then the yellow font (at least last time I checked Dream Layout has yellow typing).
Would there be a chance at getting that setting implemented? Text color changes...