Kaki, thank you very much! I hope we will be able to make translation to Chinese at some point in the future. Of course it includes not only renderer interface translation, but also a future documentation. Also here on this forum it's better to use English language (even translated by computer) to better search the information.
Hi Peirato! Welcome to CentiLeo Thank you very much for your initiative! You are absolutelly great! Did you replaced English texts or added Chinese as an extra language version? Have you seen the node-based material settings text labels? Feel free to get my support with translation!
To edit the node materials there are few steps:
1. Open Cinema 4D in developer mode. To do this you may open the properties of Cinema.exe shortcut. This shortcut of exe file can be found in windows task panel. In the properties of shortcut edit the launching object to this string:
I would show a screenshot, but it's in Russian )
2. Then launch Cinema as Administrator clicking on the edited shortcut or command line. Create CentiLeo node material, right-click mouse on material node and click "Edit Resource".
In the opened window you will see the interface of this particular node. To change the language you have to edit the strings of the GUI elements as highlighted in the image.
For sure you have to select the proper language in the top left corner of this window when you edit the strings.
3. The other CentiLeo nodes can be selected for editing in the top left corner in "Id" line (2 rows to the down from Language).
4. After you have finished your editing you should click to the top menu item Database and select "Save all Databases".
5. Your changes will be reflected in the files in this folder (this is the CentiLeo plugin folder and it's internal "res\nodes\" subfolder)
6. The resulting .json files for R21 in our example after you have saved the Databases can be copied to the other plugin versions for R22-R25. All .json files are the same for all Cinema versions for CentiLeo.
7. The other optional way to open Resource Editor (avoiding steps 1 and 2) is to click the "Search" icon in the very top right corner (under the close X button), and type "Resource Editor" there. In the opened window of resource editor select the language and the database "com.centileo.nodes.module"
In reality this is not complex. But the message looks large
Maxon describes the launching of Resource editor with their documentation for programmers where you can see similar screenshots
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