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10/31/2012 02:42 AMPosted by prOxiWheeLzI have tried opening that file on the mac, it only opens with terminal and doesn't do anything. Is there another file somewhere I could try altering like a config.xml file or something? I'll keep looking in the meantime.
Make sure you make a backup of any and all files you delete or replace!
The first thing you'll need to do is download the following file and get the region you wish to relocalise to and replace the corrosponding files in your Starcraft II installation with them.
List of server codes:
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(America) enUS - English | North America & Australia
(America) esMX - Spanish | Mexico
(America) ptBR - Portuguese | Brazil
(Europe) enGB - English | United Kingdom
(Europe) frFR - French | France
(Europe) deDE - German | Germany
(Europe) esES - Spanish | Spain
(Europe) plPL - Polish | Poland
(Europe) ruRU - Russian | Russia
(Europe) itIT - Italian | Italy
(Korea) koKR - Korean | Korea
(Korea) zhTW - Traditional Chinese | Taiwan
(China) zhCN - Simplified Chinese | China
(South East Asia) enSG - English | Singapore
Files to replace:
/Mods/Core.SC2Mod/Product.SC2Archive with Product.SC2Archive
/.agent.db with .agent.db
/Launcher.db with Launcher.db
Once you have downloaded and replaced these files, You'll need to delete the three files
Starcraft II Cache.mfil
Once these files have been deleted, and you have replaced your Product.SC2Archive, .agent and Launcher files with the ones of the region you want to relocalise to, you need to open your Starcraft II client and let it download the latest patch in the server which you want to relocalise to.
NOTE: You'll only have to download the patch once, after which you will be able to change between installed regions without repatching it
Once this patching is complete (or has reached the green status), you'll need to go through the last process of entering your Documents/Starcraft II/variables.txt file and changing the following to directives to the server which you relocalised to:
If you relocalised to TW for example:
With that, you can now load up and play on the other server.
To change between servers, you need to change the Product.SC2Archive file to the server which you wish to log in to, and then change the variables.txt directives mentioned above to the server which you wish to play on. My friend is currently making a tool to do this with a few clicks.
I know this is a pretty !@#$ty process compared to the old method, and it doesn't let you use your native language, but from what I can tell it's the only method right now due to disabling MPQ editing, and it saves you about 14 GB in downloads from getting a new client + patch, so until a better method of relocalising comes out, you can use this.
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