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Some items could use some minor correction to their names – I reported them back when nutrition test was there (like my other bugs posted today :D) – most of them were corrected at this time thanks to @RobertJohnson, however some still stand – I originally reposted them in the small suggestion thread after the nutrition test ended, but I think it got unnoticed since the changes should be simple enough and – I hope! – logical. If it's already noted, then sorry, but I also added the magazines to the bunch – these are the most user-facing changes, as currently magazines with the same name stack so except for Metallurgy, Guerilla Radio and some loose magazines, they are hard to distinguish.

 

I also tried to sort the list in order the items appear in files to make the changes even easier to implement and I also improved the formatting and only got short explanation – if anyone disagrees with any name change, please reply here. Also, add if I missed something, which I surely did – but for now limit to the .txt files, avoiding the lua and other names, as that's the main focus of this bug report.

 

Hopefully there aren't any errors as well, but if you spot any – let me know! 

 

From items.txt:

  • TunaTin: Tuna -> Canned Tuna
    originally called "Tinned Tuna", this is the only canned item (except for Dogfood) that doesn't have the "Canned" prefix, even if the recipe to open it is named "Open Canned Tuna".
  • BakingTrayBread: Baking Tray With Bread -> Baking Tray with Bread
    to fit other items naming, but see also my bug report here.
  • OpenBeansOpen Canned Beans -> Opened Canned Beans
    "Opened" is more correct name for opened cans.
  • TinnedSoupOpen: Open Canned Soup -> Opened Canned Soup
    ditto.
  • TunaTinOpenOpen Tin of Tuna (Opened Tin of Tuna) -> Opened Canned Tuna
    first it should be called "Canned Tuna", as mentioned above, secondly "Opened".

 

From newitems.txt:

  • ChessBlackChessBlack -> Black Chess Pieces
    stock name, I assumed the item is supposed to represent multiple pieces.
  • ChessWhiteChessWhite -> White Chess Pieces
    ditto.
  • FishingMag1Angler USA Magazine -> Angler USA Magazine Vol. 1
    That way they don't stack, also following Guerilla Radio, The Metalwork Magazine and The Smithing Magazine styles.
  • FishingMag2Angler USA Magazine -> Angler USA Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • HuntingMag1The Hunter Magazine -> The Hunter Magazine Vol. 1
    ditto.
  • HuntingMag2The Hunter Magazine -> The Hunter Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • HuntingMag3The Hunter Magazine -> The Hunter Magazine Vol. 3
    ditto.
  • MetalworkMag1The Metalwork Magazine Vol.1 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 1
    just added the space.
  • MetalworkMag2The Metalwork Magazine Vol.2 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • MetalworkMag3The Metalwork Magazine Vol.3 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 3
    ditto.
  • MetalworkMag4The Metalwork Magazine Vol.4 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 4
    ditto.
  • SmithingMag1The Smithing Magazine Vol.1 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 1
    ditto.
  • SmithingMag2The Smithing Magazine Vol.2 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • SmithingMag3The Smithing Magazine Vol.3 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 3
    ditto.
  • SmithingMag4The Smithing Magazine Vol.4 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 4
    ditto.
  • CookingMag1Good Cooking Magazine -> Good Cooking Magazine Vol. 1
    back to adding vol. numbers.
  • CookingMag2Good Cooking Magazine -> Good Cooking Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • ElectronicsMag1Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 1
    ditto.
  • ElectronicsMag2Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • ElectronicsMag3Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 3
    ditto.
  • ElectronicsMag5Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 4
    ditto. Skipped ElectronicsMag4, as it's already called "How to Use Generators".
  • EngineerMagazine1Engineer Magazine -> Engineer Magazine Vol. 1
    ditto.
  • EngineerMagazine2Engineer Magazine -> Engineer Magazine Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • LightBulb: LightBulb -> Light Bulb
    missing space, also "Light Bulb" is more common spelling.
  • LightBulbRed: Red LightBulb -> Red Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbGreen: Blue LightBulb -> Blue Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbYellow: Yellow LightBulb -> Yellow Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbCyan: Cyan LightBulb -> Cyan Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbMagenta: Magenta LightBulb -> Magenta Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbOrange: Orange LightBulb -> Orange Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbPurple: Purple LightBulb -> Purple Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • LightBulbPink: Pink LightBulb -> Pink Light Bulb
    ditto.
  • Toothbrush: Tooth Brush -> Toothbrush
    more common spelling.
  • Toothpaste: Tooth Paste -> Toothpaste
    ditto.
  • CannedCornedBeefOpenOpen Canned Corned Beef -> Opened Canned Corned Beef
    "Opened" is more correct name for opened cans.
  • CannedChiliOpenOpen Canned Chili -> Opened Canned Chili
    ditto.
  • CannedBologneseOpenOpen Canned Spaghetti Bolognese -> Opened Canned Spaghetti Bolognese
    ditto.
  • CannedCarrotsOpenOpen Canned Carrots -> Opened Canned Spaghetti Bolognese
    ditto.
  • CannedCornOpenOpen Canned Corn -> Opened Canned Corn
    ditto.
  • CannedMushroomSoupOpenOpen Canned Mushroom Soup -> Opened Canned Mushroom Soup
    ditto.
  • CannedPeasOpenOpen Canned Peas -> Opened Canned Peas
    ditto.
  • CannedPotatoOpenOpen Canned Potato -> Opened Canned Peas
    ditto.
  • CannedSardinesOpenOpen Canned Sardines -> Opened Canned Sardines
    ditto.
  • CannedTomatoOpenOpen Canned Tomato -> Opened Canned Tomato
    ditto.
  • PanFriedVegetablesStir fry -> Stir Fry
    to match other names.
  • Dogfood: Dogfood -> Dog Food
    more common spelling.
  • CandycaneCandycane -> Candy Cane
    ditto. Also, see here.
  • IcecreamIcecream -> Ice Cream
    ditto.
  • IcecreamMeltedMelted Icecream -> Melted Ice Cream
    ditto.
  • Crappie: Crappie Fish -> Crappie
    to match other fish names.

 

From items_radio.txt:

  • RadioMag1Guerilla Radio VOL: 1 -> Guerilla Radio Vol. 1
    following the uniform naming scheme.
  • RadioMag2Guerilla Radio VOL: 2 -> Guerilla Radio Vol. 2
    ditto.
  • RadioMag3Guerilla Radio VOL: 3 -> Guerilla Radio Vol. 3
    ditto.

 

I'm also not sure about the "with Water" and "of Water" naming – should all containers be named the same for clarity or should just use whatever is common? Guess it's not that important in the end, but it's nice seeing the same name of the containers filled with the same liquid, but there's also "Water Bottle" :).

 

The funny part is that typing and formatting it all out took me more time than actually implementing the changes will. I saw the translation are hosted on GitHub, so maybe PZ could consider hosting the .lua and .txt files on GitHub as well? They are easily moddable, and by having them hosted there, I could just made a pull request with all the changes, instead of meticulously listing them here, and the only thing left for the dev team would be to verify my PR is correct – that would save some of the developers' time and a considerable chunk of my time in the process :).

Edited by Faalagorn
Removed fixed item names, removed version number and added furniture to tags

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I see they are all fixed now in the most recent weather build now, thank you a lot @Connall! There's only one thing that's been partially missed, TunaTinOpen, where you correctly changed it to "opened", but forgot to change "Tin of" to "Canned" :). I'm gonna list it below and  while at it, I also found few more correction suggestions, including renaming some berries and water containers which should be a nice quality of life improvement and help reduce micromanagement by having the items split, similar to the much welcome magazine renames! I also added number of lines where the items are in file. It was easier for me to sort them and would probably be easier to find them in code for devs as well.

 

From items.txt:

  • 1032 Bowl: Bowl -> Empty Bowl
    changed the names of all the containers that can hold water to "Empty" to match other container names.
  • 1044 BucketEmpty: Bucket -> Empty Bucket
    ditto.
  • 1051 Kettle: Kettle -> Empty Kettle
    ditto.
  • 1236 PopBottleEmpty: Empty Pop Bottle -> Empty Orange Soda Bottle
    as PopBottle is called "Orange Soda".
  • 1247 Pot: Cooking Pot -> Empty Cooking Pot
    changed the names of all the containers that can hold water to "Empty" to match other container names.
  • 1260 Saucepan: Saucepan -> Empty Saucepan
    ditto.
  • 1502 WaterBottleEmpty: Empty Bottle -> Empty Bottled Water
    changed to explicitly see what the bottle is from, and "Bottled Water" is the proper name for, well, bottled water, while "Water Bottle" is a name for a bottle used to hold water. Also see below.
  • 1512 WhiskeyEmpty: Empty Bottle -> Empty Whiskey Bottle
    changed to explicitly know what the bottle is from.
  • 2229 WineEmpty: Empty Bottle -> Empty White Wine Bottle
    ditto, can't hold water. I also changed Chardonnay to White Wine, see my post below.
  • 2258 WineEmpty2: Empty Bottle -> Empty Red Wine Bottle
    ditto.
  • 3316 TunaTinOpen: Opened Tin of Tuna -> Opened Canned Tuna
    it was correctly changed to "Opened", but it's still called "Tin of Tuna" instead of "Canned Tuna" as the original item that matches other names.
  • 3458 BucketWaterFull: Bucket of Water -> Bucket with Water
    less common spelling, but fits more as the item can be partially full to be called that ("with") and in future/mods may hold other liquids, also fits Saucepan and Cooking Pot.
  • 3497 FullKettle: Kettle of Water -> Kettle with Water
    ditto.
  • 3874 WaterBottleFull: Water Bottle -> Bottled Water
    proper name, but the problem is when you fill the bottle with dirty water, it'd be still called "Bottled Water". Ideally, a different item that give you +happiness (fresh water is better than tap water or cooked rainwater), similar to Orange Soda could exist, but then the bottle from it would be called "Bottled Water Bottle with Water"? Something to look at lol.
  • 3888 WaterBowl: Bowl of Water -> Bowl with Water
    less common spelling, but fits more as the item can be partially full to be called that ("with") and in future/mods may hold other liquids.
  • 3905 WaterMug: Mug of Water -> Mug with Water
    ditto.
  • 3922 WaterPopBottle: Water Bottle -> Orange Soda Bottle with Water
    quite long name, but appropriate I guess.
  • 3972 WhiskeyWaterFull: Water Bottle -> Whiskey Bottle with Water
    ditto.

From newitems.txt:

  • 1798 Bricktoys: Bricktoys -> Brick Toys
    correct spelling.
  • 3387 BerryBlack: Berries -> Blackberries
    these also should never be poisonous.
  • 3407 BerryBlue: Berries -> Blueberries
    ditto. I thought about renaming other berries as well, but it might have been confusing as one of them is also of blue colour. Right now, it'd be sufficient to change the name of the berries that clearly have the same name, while regular berries will stack together in a similar fashion to mushrooms, chips, pops, glasses, wallets, wedding rings, socks, underwear or different coloured clothes.
  • 3527 BerryPoisonIvy: Berries -> Poison Ivy Berries
    these also should always be poisonous.
  • 4063 Smallanimalmeat: Small Animal Meat -> Rodent Meat
    since we have Rabbit Meat (and Rabbits are not classified rodent since 1912 so it's correct), Small Bird Meat and Frog Meat which would all classify as "Small Animal" as well yet are different item, it'd be wise to change "Small Animal" to "Rodent", since rats, mice and squirrels are all rodents anyway. Remember to change the recipe name as well though!

From farming.txt:

  • 256: MayonnaiseEmpty: Empty Bottle -> Empty Mayonnaise Bottle
    changed to explicitly know what the bottle is from.
  • 266: MayonnaiseWaterFull: Water Bottle -> Mayonnaise Bottle with Water
    ditto.
  • 315: RemouladeEmpty: Empty Bottle -> Empty Remoulade Bottle
    ditto.
  • 325: RemouladeWaterFull: Water Bottle -> Remoulade Bottle with Water
    ditto.
  • 559: WateredCanFull: Watering Can (Full) -> Watering Can with Water
    to match other names.
  • 586: WateredCan: Watering Can -> Empty Watering Can
    ditto.
  • 610: GardeningSprayEmpty: Gardening Spray Can (Empty) -> Empty Gardening Spray Can
    ditto.
  • 620: GardeningSprayFull: Gardening Spray Can (Full) -> Gardening Spray Can with Water
    ditto.

About berries being poisonous, it may be a topic for a separate issue, but since I brought it, let me elaborate: it was being discussed back in 2016 when it was implemented back when @RobertJohnson worked on nutrition build and I think it was done so Blackberries and Blueberries are always safe while I don't think Poison Ivy were always poisonous (that might have changed though, I didn't play a lot since and I'd have to find the code of it). If not, it should be as I written, Poison Ivy should always be poisonous and another random berry too.

 

Finally, since the magazines name are finally sorted out (that's a huge quality of life change, as it's much easier to spot and pick up the proper magazines now!), have you thought about renaming skill books in a similar fashion? Polish translation does so already as it makes the names shorter, but it also allows to sort and find the book you want easier and I think there are also mods solely for the reason of easier sorting as well. The Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert and Master are nice and give the sense of progression, but are still hard to know which skill points they point to without looking at the description, while numbers would be easy to memorize (just multiple it by two and if your skill is lower, then you'll get benefit). On the other hand it also makes sense for it to be volumes in the matter that unless you got the experience covered by the first volume (with or without actually reading it), you won't understand the second volume. I used Vol. # in a similar fashion to magazines, but it's also possible  to use other notation or roman numerals as well (that's what Polish translation does). Some feedback on this would be awesome, but I'll list them just in case:

 

From items.txt:

  • BookTrapping1: Trapping for Beginners -> Trapping Vol. 1
  • BookTrapping2: Trapping for Intermediates -> Trapping Vol. 2
  • BookTrapping3: Advanced Trapping -> Advanced Vol. 3
  • BookTrapping4: Expert Trapping -> Trapping Vol. 4
  • BookTrapping5: Master Trapping -> Trapping Vol. 5
  • BookFishing1: Fishing for Beginners -> Fishing Vol. 1
  • BookFishing2: Fishing for Intermediates -> Fishing Vol. 2
  • BookFishing3: Advanced Fishing -> Fishing Vol. 3
  • BookFishing4: Expert Fishing -> Fishing Vol. 4
  • BookFishing5: Master Fishing -> Fishing Vol. 5
  • BookCarpentry1: Carpentry for Beginners -> Carpentry Vol. 1
  • BookCarpentry2: Carpentry for Intermediates -> Carpentry Vol. 2
  • BookCarpentry3: Advanced Carpentry -> Carpentry Vol. 3
  • BookCarpentry4: Expert Carpentry -> Carpentry Vol. 4
  • BookCarpentry5: Master Carpentry -> Carpentry Vol. 5
  • BookFirstAid1: First Aid for Beginners -> First Aid Vol. 1
  • BookFirstAid2: First Aid for Intermediates -> First Aid Vol. 2
  • BookFirstAid3: Advanced First Aid -> First Aid Vol. 3
  • BookFirstAid4: Expert First Aid -> First Aid Vol. 4
  • BookFirstAid5: Master First Aid -> First Aid Vol. 5
  • BookBlacksmith1: Smithing for Beginners -> Smithing Vol. 1
  • BookBlacksmith2: Smithing for Intermediates -> Smithing Vol. 2
  • BookBlacksmith3: Advanced Smithing -> Smithing Vol. 3
  • BookBlacksmith4: Expert Smithing -> Smithing Vol. 4
  • BookBlacksmith5: Master Smithing -> Smithing Vol. 5
  • BookMetalWelding1: Metalwork for Beginners -> Metalwork Vol. 1
  • BookMetalWelding2: Metalwork for Intermediates -> Metalwork Vol. 2
  • BookMetalWelding3: Advanced Metalwork -> Metalwork Vol. 3
  • BookMetalWelding4: Expert Metalwork -> Metalwork Vol. 4
  • BookMetalWelding5: Master Metalwork -> Metalwork Vol. 5
  • BookElectrician1: Electricity for Beginners -> Electricity Vol. 1
  • BookElectrician2: Electricity for Intermediates -> Electricity Vol. 2
  • BookElectrician3: Advanced Electricity -> Electricity Vol. 3
  • BookElectrician4: Expert Electricity -> Electricity Vol. 4
  • BookElectrician5: Master Electricity -> Electricity Vol. 5
  • BookCooking1: Cooking for Beginners -> Cooking Vol. 1
  • BookCooking2: Cooking for Intermediates -> Cooking Vol. 2
  • BookCooking3: Advanced Cooking -> Cooking Vol. 3
  • BookCooking4: Expert Cooking -> Cooking Vol. 4
  • BookCooking5: Master Cooking -> Cooking Vol. 5
  • BookFarming1: Farming for Beginners -> Farming Vol. 1
  • BookFarming2: Farming for Intermediates -> Farming Vol. 2
  • BookFarming3: Advanced Farming -> Farming Vol. 3
  • BookFarming4: Expert Farming -> Farming Vol. 4
  • BookFarming5: Master Farming -> Farming Vol. 5
  • BookForaging1: Foraging for Beginners -> Foraging Vol. 1
  • BookForaging2: Foraging for Intermediates -> Foraging Vol. 2
  • BookForaging3: Advanced Foraging -> Foraging Vol. 3
  • BookForaging4: Expert Foraging -> Foraging Vol. 4
  • BookForaging5: Master Foraging -> Foraging Vol. 5

From vehicleitems.txt:

  • BookMechanic1: Mechanics for Beginners -> Mechanics Vol. 1
  • BookMechanic2: Mechanics for Intermediates -> Mechanics Vol. 2
  • BookMechanic3: Advanced Mechanics -> Advanced Vol. 3
  • BookMechanic4: Expert Mechanics -> Mechanics Vol. 4
  • BookMechanic5: Master Mechanics -> Mechanics Vol. 5

P.S. There's still some discrepancy about the item names, the images and what actually item does, for example "Cigarettes" item is in fact a single "Cigarette" and the pictures shows a Box of Cigarettes,  while for example "Carrot", "Potato", or "Tomato" is a multiple items in game, while I always assumed it's a single item that we can partially use for food (but since there's no mechanic for partially used food to rot faster, it would actually make sense if that was indeed a bunch of varying size fruits summing for 0.2 unit of weight), but that's all for a different time, I already gave quite a lot suggestions to process :). 

Edited by Faalagorn
Changed Chardonnay to White Wine

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I don't suppose it counts as an item, the but cardboard boxes you can pick up with the Pick Up Tool have a typo ("Cartboard" -> "Cardboard"):

 

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AFAIK the larger ones are the same.

 

EDIT - here ("Cartbox" -> "Large Cardboard Box"):

 

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EDIT2: Found another medium version ("Cartboard Box" -> "Cardboard Box")

 

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Edited by bpdlr

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Nice spot! I see they are like that on translation files as well, see Movables_EN.txt on GitHub.

 

I also noticed a lot of inconsistencies on item names, from the ones I spotted:

  • 99 Cent Sale Sign actually displays "49¢" on it20180714065729_1.thumb.jpg.ef36d864bfe4ec40c289464caa9b361f.jpg
  • Some items have naming discrepancies as well, for example furniture in Pizza Whirled there's Pizzawhirled Corner CounterPizzawhirled CounterPizzawhirled Floor but Whirled Seat, and Whirled Wide Menu and simply Pizza Dinner Table. Some item "sets" also have item names that are not matching, for example Plastic Chair that's standing near the Large White Table that's often standing nearby that should be made from plastic as I mentioned in a separate bug report.
  • Finally there's object that are named after one area, even if they are used in multiple places – for example 505 dinner in Muldraugh have Gas2Go Counters in them, while the Medical Stool is a stool used in Fossoil (Muldraugh), Food Market (Muldraugh) and other places.

There's probably more of those minor naming changes, but I just slowly started to looking over them as I explore. I'll also make separate issue to hopefully list all the "Scrappable Objects"  as well as items that are not pickable and items that are not disassemblable, why they should.

 

P.S. Shouldn't the placeholder name be "Disassemblable Object", as the button and context menu are both called "Disassemble" instead of "Scrapable Object" as it is now?

Edited by Faalagorn

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9 hours ago, Faalagorn said:

P.S. Shouldn't the placeholder name be "Disassemblable Object", as the button and context menu are both called "Disassemble" instead of "Scrapable Object" as it is now?

 

Yeah, I always thought "Scrapable" sounded odd, it's not in general usage. I reckon "Salvageable" sounds best.

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6 hours ago, bpdlr said:

 

Yeah, I always thought "Scrapable" sounded odd, it's not in general usage. I reckon "Salvageable" sounds best.

Whatever is decided though, I'd be best to keep partity between the item name as well as the icon name and other potential in-game references to the term :)

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Some more minor corrections to food names – was supposed to post them earlier, but better late than never!

 

From items.txt:

  • 2196 Wine: Chardonnay -> White Wine
    more generic term that matches those of Red Wine and other drinks (Whiskey, Orange Soda, Pop…), plus not all white wine in Zomboid have to be Chardonnay :). It'll also avoid any potential trademarks (not sure there's any since it's grape names, but still). I'll also update the previous post with the name change, since it wasn't implemented yet!
  • 3383  WhiskeyFull: Whiskey Bottle -> Whiskey
    all other full food items donn't have "bottle" in the name, even if they leave an empty bottle behind (Remoulade, Mayonnaise, Red Wine, Chardonnay (White Wine)).

From newitems.txt:

From farming.txt:

I've been also thinking about some unification of the naming of the items that are in containers (bottles, bowls, pots, saucepans, jars, boxes etc.) – the starting point being the unification of items that hold water. I've mostly been looking through food now and most of them are Bowl of X, Pot of Y, Jar of Z, Saucepan with W, but there's also some inconsistencies with Oatmeal and Cereal (and related recipes) which I will take a look at in-game later, now I just suggested Cereal Bowl -> Bowl of Cereal to match others, and some evolved recipes names which I will also take look at in the game.

 

Finally, there's also the singular and plural names, but like I said those needs a bit of bigger look at, and I'll wait for the following suggestion to be implemented (or rejected!) first, before suggesting something else plus it'd be good if the art matched the actual name as well and I don't want to involve much new art now :).

Speaking of which, some food use additional art for bowls why we only have one type of bowl in-game: beforementioned Oatmeal and Cereal as well as Bowl of Pasta and Bowl of Rice I'd like this art be used also for some new regular bowls that spawn (with the same name and properties, such as Pops and Chips spawn in different colours) and the resulting recipes properly using the bowl given – the art would be more noticed and it would add some life to the dull dishes and would make a nice addition for gameplay as well, with the ability to have different bowls for different dishes or people in multiplayer (hey, you took John's white bowl!), but that's a matter for a different suggestion I guess.

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6 hours ago, EnigmaGrey said:

When you say "Bacon Strips" I just think of dog treats.

 

Just call the strips "bacon," like everyone else. :P

I on the other hand think of the 1 milion calorie lasagne, from the channel I linked so I guess it depends :D. The problem is there's already a bacon item where the rashers come from.

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This isn't exactly an item name, but in items_radio.txt 

RadioMag3 TeachedRecipes says: Craft Makeshift HAM Radio, capitalising HAM, whereas all the radios use the lowercase version of Ham

 

Premium Technologies Ham Radio

US ARMY COMM. Ham Radio

Makeshift Ham Radio

 

In the weather build btw ^_^

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1 hour ago, Vaileasys said:

This isn't exactly an item name, but in items_radio.txt 

RadioMag3 TeachedRecipes says: Craft Makeshift HAM Radio, capitalising HAM, whereas all the radios use the lowercase version of Ham

 

Premium Technologies Ham Radio

US ARMY COMM. Ham Radio

Makeshift Ham Radio

 

In the weather build btw ^_^

While you brought it, there's also an issue with the "US ARMY/US Army" spelling consistency in movable furniture names:

 

from Movables_EN.txt:

Should either be US Army Comm. Ham Radio or US ARMY Walkie Talkie (I prefer the first variant though).

 

Actually, while at it, I think the correct spelling is Walkie-talkie – I might list the items, recipes and movables that need adjustment later :).

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Figured I should add this here rather than making a new thread.

After the name change on the weather build of LightBulb -> Light Bulb 

The context menu in ContextMenu_EN.txt is unchanged. 

ContextMenu_RemoveLightbulb = "Remove Lightbulb" -> "Remove Light Bulb" 
and 
ContextMenu_AddLightbulb = "Add Lightbulb" -> "Add Light Bulb" 
 

Edited by Vaileasys

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