@mitu Not really, I just translated the basic things in the menu. I made those translations for my dad so he can understand what are those things in the menu. I am the one who adds roms, configures the system etc. so I don't really need a full system translation. Anyway, thanks for your help guys. <3
@folly Thanks for chiming in, I'll look into that!
Yeah from what I've seen so far, a lot of the menus still have enough English to be playable, with the worst of it generally being not being able to read/understand the characters for games where you'd have to make up a name for yourself. With an RPG like Esper Dream however, the language barrier was definitely going to be an issue (but fortunately a translated ROM exists). Just don't want to have it inconvenience me later on.
Anyway, hopefully I can get someone who can answer some of these other questions...!!
Anyways to each their own, we all have our pieces to play in developing the project
Yes and my piece, what I want to do, is to bring EmulationStation to today's standards regarding ergonomic and design, while keeping a "retro touch".
I love the RetroPie community, but I'm afraid we have conflicting goals. I know that you aren't against this kind of changes, as long as I provide support for it, but I may not always be here to do it.
Beside the grid view, I also wanted to bring Localization to ES, but got quickly demotivated because Buzz said he fear this will add too much, unwanted, extra work in future developments. I and many others liked the idea, but I don't want to force you (RetroPie core team) to have it if you don't want it.