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Old July 14th, 2016, 10:51 PM
Howdy all!

I've added a simple custom language to my General -> Language tab - lAMATest for example, named Test.

I've now created a custom race - rAMATesters - and I want to add lAMATest as an automatic language for them. It's not in the language list though.

Can I do this? If so, what dumb have I done that I missed it?

And if I pulled a dumb and this is in the tutorial, my deepest apologizes. I skimmed the tutorial and skimmed the stickys, but nothing stood out.
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Old July 15th, 2016, 07:12 AM
Before something shows in the selection lists of the editor it has to be integrated into the program. Have you hit the "Test Now" button for the language? Or reloaded the system?

Even if you don't see it in the list, you can still bootstrap it by using the blue "bootstrap" button in the upper right and entering the unique ID of your language.

Hope that helps!
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Old July 15th, 2016, 07:19 AM
That does help! I had hit the 'Test Now', and ended up going back to the language and changing it from 'Uncommon' to 'Common', and it appeared then. I will look over the bootstrap option though, as I'd like the language listed in other than 'Common'. Thanks!
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