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Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby TokyoRoze » Sat 03.18.2006 8:40 pm

Here is what the form looks like...
I cant fill it out without getting errors can someone help
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v357/Hupo/fill.jpg
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby Justin » Sat 03.18.2006 9:19 pm

It would have probably been best to just keep all of this in one thread, rather than having three different ones now all about the same game, but I just tried to sign up, and other than it not liking firefox, everything went fine.

All you have to do is...

Put user name
Click box next to it to verify it
Box pops-up, click the left button on the bottom
Enter password
Enter password again
Choose security question (like what's Dad's name, whatever you want)
Answer security question
Write name
Write name in katakana
Birthday YYYY/MM/DD
Sex
Zip code
Click box next to zip code to verify
Box pops-up, click the left button on the bottom
That will fill in the line below the zip code
Street address
Room number
Phone number
Occupation
Click left button at the bottom

Also, it might help if you could actually tell us what kind of errors you keep on getting, otherwise it just all a shoot in the dark here.
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby nikonikoniko » Sat 03.18.2006 9:28 pm

That's MapleStory Japan, not MapleGlobal. If you can't read enough Japanese to get through the signup form, I don't think you're going to get much out of the Japanese version of the game.

MapleGlobal is at http://www.mapleglobal.com, and registration and gameplay is in English.
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby aKuMu » Sat 03.18.2006 10:14 pm

yea i dont see the sense there if you cant figure out the sign up form, what do you want to do ingame then. or do you want to type stuff like 少女探して 
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby ashitaka » Sat 03.18.2006 10:18 pm

try maplesea, maple globals alright but not as updated. or you could always try maplestory. they are all easy to sign up with.
stay away from flashmaple and maplelite they arnt as good. if you search around you could probably find maple knight but barely anyone plays anymore.

P.s. maple sea is the best and you can type in japanese also.
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby TokyoRoze » Sat 03.18.2006 11:04 pm

I will download maplesea....I just took 3 hours downloading the japanese maplestory.


I only know 35 hiragana, But i would like to use the japanese version so I can read the hiragana I know, since i have nothing to read here in japanese....I need some manga or something in japanese to read -_-



Just thanks I will try your instructions and see how it goes.

Oh and is there a way to change the resolution to go higher?
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby Justin » Sat 03.18.2006 11:20 pm

From what I saw there's no way to set the resolution any higher than what it's at. Personally, I would say to avoid games, manga, anime or anything of the sort for those first starting out with Japanese. Everyone wants to be able to do those things right off the bat, but really, a more structured and controlled learning environment is where it's really at. Once you have a nice base to work off from, diving into those things can be a fun way to waste some time, and yet still feel like you're getting something out of it when it comes to your Japanese studies.
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby TokyoRoze » Sat 03.18.2006 11:36 pm

ive been studying japanese for 3 years.....im going to buy a manga book so I can help remember my hiragana
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby Justin » Sun 03.19.2006 12:31 am

If that's what it takes for you to learn hiragana, by all means, but there are plenty of other free ways to go about it though. You make it sound like there's absolutely nothing to be had in Japanese, but if you took a bit more of a look around, there's plenty of great places out there that will teach you a lot more than what you can find in some manga.

http://www.mlcjapanese.co.jp/DownloadF/Kyouzai/HiraganaKatakana.swf
http://meiko.web.infoseek.co.jp/kana/hiragana.htm
http://www.his.atr.jp/~ray/stories/

If you're looking for something to read so you can practice your hiragana, those stories there on that second link would work pretty well if you ask me.
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby ashitaka » Sun 03.19.2006 1:23 am

there are some great children flash books all ofer the web. they are free and very basic try useing those.
Maplesea is compatible with most asian languages, you can talk with a lot of japanese people and get language help. i would recomend learning hiragana and katakana first, but thats not hard 2-3 hours and you can have the rest of hiragana and all katakana memorized and the game will help you remeber.
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby TokyoRoze » Sun 03.19.2006 3:54 am

Awesome thanks for everybodys help!

Im gonna bookmark those pages......and i cant learn all hiragana and katakana in 3 hours...
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby keatonatron » Sun 03.19.2006 10:49 am

Try books for kids. If you don't know all your hiragana yet, getting something with a bunch of kanji is not going to help at all...
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby Roronoa Zoro » Sun 03.19.2006 11:34 am

you cant read the furigana also
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby TokyoRoze » Sun 03.19.2006 11:42 am

furiagana?
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RE: Japanese mapleglobal registration

Postby keatonatron » Sun 03.19.2006 11:50 am

type in "define:furigana" in Google and you get:

"Small hiragana or katakana written above kanji to clarify how the kanji is to be read. This is usually found in children's books to aid them in reading the kanji, but can also be found in adult writing to clarify which usage of a kanji symbol is intended."
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