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#1 2018-06-23 07:15

Anyone have this ZYC Models?

Anyone have this ZYC Models? been trying to enter the password given by the author but always failed

https://bowlroll.net/file/118735
pass in this link: https://819203920.deviantart.com/art/ZYC-style-Photoshop-Miku-DL-642782837

https://bowlroll.net/file/111012
pass in the comment section in this link: https://819203920.deviantart.com/art/ZYC-style-Magic-Miku-2015-DL-626634700

idk if it because i was using japanese region keyboard and the author is using chinese region keyboard.

thanks for helping

2018-06-24 10:46

Yes there are huge differences between the Japanese and Chinese script, so you must switch your PC's system language from Japanese to Chinese to enter Chinese text.

Furthermore, chairman Mao Tse Tung decided to remove as many strokes as possible in order to make the Chinese characters easier to learn, as a quick fix against illiteracy. Please look at this Chinese character currently in use in Japan: 鳥 = bird. Can you see the four dots at the bottom of the character? I think chairman Mao replaced those four dots with one single horizontal bar. Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan didn't like this change, so they refused to use this Cultural Revolution "reform" and stayed with old way of writing. This is why there exists two separate Chinese scripts: Simplified Chinese used in PRC and Classic Chinese used outside PRC.

You must find out if ZYC is using classic or simplified Chinese and set your system language to the correct variety of Chinese. (Hint: Virtually all Chinese users at Iwara are using Classic Chinese in their comments and video descriptions, making it seem like they are from Taiwan).

Update:
Here is what wanwang's below post means:
配布停止 = distribution stopped.

2018-06-23 09:46

配布停止

2018-06-23 09:46

配布停止

2018-06-24 14:41

well, so in short, ZYC stopped the distribution and changed the password?

2018-06-25 00:37

There exists various methods of stopping a distribution. ZYC's method is appearantly to change the password without telling the new password.

(Furthermore, you never needed to worry about Japanese and Chinese system languages, because they no longer valid passwords consisted of only Latin letters and digits. I just noticed that, now that I clicked on your links for the first time).

2018-06-25 17:38

thanks for the explanation