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[Gardening] Do you think this is an acceptable idea?

Discussion in 'UO Botany and Nutrition' started by sos440, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. sos440

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    Hello fella botanists.

    If you are interested in collecting seeds of various varieties, you might have been annoyed by the fact that many plants have the same name (like hops, hedge, bonsai tree, ...) and so it is not easy to say which seed grows which plant.

    Recently I noticed that you can actually distinguish hops by their name in Japanese version as the facing is also shown in the name. I realized that the same trick would work if we slightly modify the plant names in the language localisation file.

    Here are some examples:

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    I think this is a nice tip for botanists, but I am not sure if this is acceptable. How do you think about it?
     
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