Name: 104 chaoskaiser72!jfv2/teNy6 21/11/19(Fri)15:41 I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're refering to as ONScripter, is in fact, ONScripter-EN, or as I've recently taken to calling it, ONScripter plus English language support. ONScripter is not a usable Western novel game engine unto itself, but rather another free interpreter of a common-sense game scripting standard given English support by Insani, Hæleth and new features by Uncle Mion comprising a stable interpreter as defined by Senzogawa.
Many novel game players run a modified version of ONScripter-EN every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of ONScripter that was widely used in classic novel game translations was called ONScripter, but many of its users are not aware that it was actually ONScripter-EN, developed for English-language use. There really is an ONScripter, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the novel game engine they use. ONScripter is the main branch: the program that our cultivated Western interpreter was based upon. The main branch is an essential part of the fork, but useless by itself; it can function only in the context of a Japanese game with no halfwidth characters. ONScripter is normally used in combination with Chendo's English patch: the whole engine is basically ONScripter with English support added, or ONScripter-EN. All the so-called ONScripter distributions with English translations are really distributions of ONScripter-EN!
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