I don't now's HI-JOE IC² Language Pack 1.3 [IC2 1.115.348-lf] HAS RETURNED!!

  • Awesome! With GregTech support?


    Not yet, but I'm planning GregTech support. However, don't expect me to come up with names for all these cells and dusts and stuff!

    The forum won't let me specify my gender accurately, so I'll just use my signature to say that I go by they/them pronouns.

  • Again, sorry for the necro, but again, there's an update out!


    May I request this thread to be moved to the Localization subforum?

    The forum won't let me specify my gender accurately, so I'll just use my signature to say that I go by they/them pronouns.

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    Again, sorry for the necro, but again, there's an update out!


    May I request this thread to be moved to the Localization subforum?

    Its not considered necroposting if its an update to the OP, you are just reviving a thread considered "dead" for acceptable reasons.

  • Its not considered necroposting if its an update to the OP, you are just reviving a thread considered "dead" for acceptable reasons.


    Thank you for correcting me! I will keep that in mind.

    The forum won't let me specify my gender accurately, so I'll just use my signature to say that I go by they/them pronouns.

  • Okay, there's only one thing to say 'bout this being updated...



































    HAYO!

    Age: 16. Favourite school subject: Physics/Chemistry.


    The IC2 forums could really use a lot more of [REDACTED], [DATA EXPUNGED] and ████████.


    I'm in a so called "after-school". It's freaking fantastic and nowhere near as boring as normal school!

  • Okay, there's only one thing to say 'bout this being updated...
    HAYO!


    I agree. HI-JOE!

    The forum won't let me specify my gender accurately, so I'll just use my signature to say that I go by they/them pronouns.

  • Thanks to resources packs I could bundle this perfectly :D


    "Could" as in "was able to" or "would be able to"?

    The forum won't let me specify my gender accurately, so I'll just use my signature to say that I go by they/them pronouns.