|Translator for 9.0.x release||2.51 KB||Oct 20, 2020||9.0.1||411||Download|
|Translator for 8.0.x release||2.48 KB||Aug 11, 2018||8.0.1||2,331||Download|
|Translator for 7.3.x release||2.48 KB||Aug 10, 2018||7.3.5 +7||106||Download|
|Translator for 6.0.x release||2.48 KB||Oct 27, 2014||6.0.3 +2||4,173||Download|
|Translator for 5.4.x release||2.48 KB||Mar 7, 2014||5.4.8 +4||1,007||Download|
|Translator for 3.3.x release||2.34 KB||Jun 13, 2010||3.3.5 +2||3,838||Download|
Translator is a tool made for entertainment purposes to allow players to communicate with encoded public (local chat) messages and as a bonus will translate across language differences, if the speaker and listener are both using this add-on.
Please note this translator will not translate between the Alliance and Horde sides by default; even if this may be technically possible with a modification to the translator lexicon.lua file.
- Player A is a Night Elf and selects his current language used to be Darnassian.
- Player A types "/trans hey, can you read this"
- Player B is a Gnome but has this add-on installed and sees the message "hey, can you see this", even though he cannot speak Darnassian.
- All other players without this translator see encoded text, even if they can speak the language used by the speaker.