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Localization Txt


Localization Txt: What Is It and How to Fix It?




If you are a fan of Call of Duty games, you may have encountered a file called localization.txt in your game folder. This file is a plain text file that contains information about the language settings and preferences of the game. Localization txt is used by the game to display text and audio in the appropriate language for your region. However, sometimes this file can cause problems, such as missing or corrupted text, runtime errors, or inability to launch the game. In this article, we will explain what localization txt is, why it is important, and how to fix it if you encounter any issues.


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What is Localization Txt?




Localization txt is a file that belongs to the Activision Call of Duty series of games, such as Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty: Black Ops. The file extension is TXT, which means it is a plain text file that can be opened and edited with any text editor, such as Notepad. The file contains information about the language settings and preferences of the game, such as the language code, the font size, the text alignment, and the audio language. For example, here is a snippet from the English localization txt file for Call of Duty: Black Ops:


WIN_CONFIGURE_UPDATED_TITLE "Recommended Settings Updated" WIN_CONFIGURE_UPDATED_BODY "The recommended settings have been updated since the last time you ran Call of Duty. Would you like the game to configure itself optimally with these new settings? This is recommended for most people. It will change your system settings but not your controls." WIN_LOW_MEMORY_BODY "It looks like you are low on virtual memory. This can cause the game to run slowly and it may stop completely. It is highly recommended that you close some programs before running Call of Duty. Do you want to run Call of Duty anyway?" WIN_LOW_MEMORY_TITLE "Low Memory" WIN_COLORDEPTH_WARN_BODY "It is highly unlikely that a correct windowed display can be initialized with the current desktop display depth. Select 'OK' to try anyway. Press 'Cancel' if you wish to quit." WIN_COLORDEPTH_WARN_TITLE "Low Desktop Color Depth" WIN_COMPUTER_CHANGE_BODY "Your computer appears to have changed since the last time you ran Call of Duty. Would you like the game to configure itself optimally for your new hardware? This is recommended for most people. It will change your system settings but not your controls." WIN_COMPUTER_CHANGE_TITLE "Set Optimal Settings?" WIN_DISK_FULL_BODY "Call of Duty: BlackOps couldn't write a file. The hard drive is probably full." WIN_DISK_FULL_TITLE "File Write Error" WIN_IMPROPER_QUIT_BODY "It appears that Call of Duty: BlackOps did not quit properly the last time it ran. Do you want to run the game in safe mode? This is recommended for most people. It will change your system settings but not your controls." WIN_IMPROPER_QUIT_TITLE "Run In Safe Mode?" WIN_ERROR "Fatal Error" WIN_NO_STEAM "Steam must be running to play this game." WIN_OUT_OF_MEM_BODY "Out of memory error. You are probably low on hard disk space." WIN_OUT_OF_MEM_TITLE "Out of memory error" WIN_UNABLE_LOAD_DLL_BODY "Unable to load a DLL. Possibly due to low memory, insufficient hard drive space, or missing DLL files." WIN_DIRECTX_INIT_TITLE "DirectX Error" WIN_DIRECTX_INIT_BODY "DirectX encountered an unrecoverable error. Check the readme for possible solutions."


As you can see, each line consists of a key and a value, separated by a space. The key is a unique identifier for a specific text or audio element in the game, and the value is the actual text or audio file name that corresponds to that element. The game uses these keys and values to display text and play audio in the appropriate language for your region.


Why is Localization Txt Important?




Localization txt is important because it allows the game developers to create different versions of the game for different regions and languages, without having to rewrite or re-record all the text and audio elements in each language. This saves time and resources, and also ensures consistency and accuracy across all versions of the game. Localization txt also allows the players to customize their language settings and preferences, such as changing the font size, the text alignment, or the audio language. For example, if you prefer to play Call of Duty: Black Ops in English, but with Spanish audio, you can edit the localization txt file and change the value of the key AUDIO_LANGUAGE to "spanish". This will make the game play the Spanish audio files instead of the English ones.


How to Fix Localization Txt Problems?




However, sometimes localization txt can cause problems, such as missing or corrupted text, runtime errors, or inability to launch the game. These problems can occur due to various reasons, such as accidental deletion, uninstallation of a shared file, malware infection, power outage, system crash, bad sectors on your hard drive, or DirectX error. If you encounter any of these problems, here are some possible solutions you can try:



  • Download and install the latest version of the game. This will ensure that you have the most updated and compatible version of localization txt and other game files.



  • Download and install the latest version of DirectX. This will ensure that you have the most updated and compatible version of DirectX, which is a software component that is required for running Call of Duty games.



  • Scan your computer for malware. This will ensure that your computer is free from any malicious programs that may have infected or deleted localization txt or other game files.



  • Restore localization txt from a backup. This will ensure that you have a working copy of localization txt that matches your game version and language settings. You can find a backup of localization txt in the Steam folder, under steamapps\common\Call of Duty Black Ops\zone\english\backup_localization.txt. You can copy and paste this file to the main game folder, under steamapps\common\Call of Duty Black Ops\zone\english\localization.txt.



  • Edit localization txt manually. This will allow you to fix any errors or inconsistencies in localization txt that may have caused problems. You can open and edit localization txt with any text editor, such as Notepad. However, you should be careful not to change or delete any keys or values that you are not sure about, as this may cause more problems. You should also make a backup copy of localization txt before editing it, in case you need to restore it later.




If none of these solutions work, you may need to contact the game developer or the game support team for further assistance.


Conclusion




In this article, we have explained what localization txt is, why it is important, and how to fix it if you encounter any issues. Localization txt is a plain text file that contains information about the language settings and preferences of Call of Duty games. It is used by the game to display text and play audio in the appropriate language for your region. However, sometimes localization txt can cause problems, such as missing or corrupted text, runtime errors, or inability to launch the game. These problems can be fixed by downloading and installing the latest version of the game and DirectX, scanning your computer for malware, restoring localization txt from a backup, or editing localization txt manually. We hope this article has been helpful and informative for you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.


References:



  • [English localization.txt :: Call of Duty: Black Ops General Discussions]




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