As usual, let’s start with YNS progress:
- Sora: 8288/8288 (100.00%)
- Nao: 4650/7311 (63.60%)
- Akira: 6473/8793 (73.62%)
- Kazuha: 6634/6634 (100.00%)
- Motoka: 1889/6261 (30.17%)
- Common route: 2096/2096 (100.00%)
Total: 30030/39383 (76.25%). So yeah, progress on Nao and Motoka, Akira’s route was not touched this month.
I checked and there has been no progress since last time for Haruka na Sora. The stats are the same as last time:
- Sora: 639/5535 (11.54%)
- Yahiro: 0/4197 (0.00%)
- Kozue: 1173/4944 (23.73%)
- “Countdown”: 17/341 (4.99%)
- Karaoke: 0/365 (0.00%)
- Akira intro: 0/100 (0.00%)
- Nao intro: 0/111 (0.00%)
- Sora intro: 117/117 (100.00%)
- Kazuha intro: 0/120 (0.00%)
- Motoka intro: 0/100 (0.00%)
- Kozue intro: 0/158 (0.00%)
Total: 1946/16088 (12.10%).
Some people have been asking about Haruka na Sora patch. Well, I can produce it, but it will look ugly. HNS differs from YNS a bit. Technical explanation for it is below.
The main problem is that YNS has line width width space for 28 full-width characters (like kanji) or 56 half-width characters (like latin characters). In HNS all characters are treated as full-width, so after placing English into it, only half of the line is used. It’s bad enough that in YNS line scrolls quite often (that’s because English is sometimes more than 2 times as wide than Japanese after translation). In HNS we can only use half of this line. Here is a screen from HNS to show this problem:
Of course it is possible to take care of, but it will probably require hacking the application itself (.exe), not only the file with scenario (.csx). This is a time-consuming step. I will get to it eventually, but since there is no progress on HNS and we’re focused on YNS right now, I plan to do this after YNS is completed.
If you still feel like checking it out, mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, but I can almost guarantee that you will not enjoy it.