Talk:The Train – Escape to Normandy

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First of all, thanks for translating, but warning, seriously nerdy nitpicking ahead: :-)

Afaik the technically correct term for "Kessel" would be "boiler" in the context of steam-engines, not "kettle". Likewise the part of the boiler where the coal gets shoveled in is called "firebox" or "furnace". "Boiler" and "furnace door" are the terms used within the game, too, so for clarity and consistency I think these should be used in the article as well.

I'd fix it myself if it weren't for the picture in the "controls"-section of the article, as I lack the tools to edit this properly. Maybe it could simply be ommited as the game has a kind of mouseover-functionality built in anyway, telling the player which object is currently selected by the joystick-cursor? 00:24, 10 August 2013 (CEST)

Hi,thanks for your nitpicking, I often do not have the time and/or talent to play the games I translate the articles for so thanks a lot for your hints here. I changed the terms you mentioned and also uploaded an improved image. :) --Camailleon 21:50, 10 August 2013 (CEST)