Read the documentation
The Ingame tool allows gamers to translate anything they write in their native language in chat into a language that other gamers use to chat (usually English).
Download the latest
.zip version of Ingame
and unzip this file with a decompression software like Winrar. Then,
place the Ingame folder where you want in your computer and launch the
Ingame.exe file that is inside to start the program.
Or find all versions of Ingame in
.zip format by clicking
If you are on MacOS, download the executable version for Mac
here. If a terminal
appears when you start the app, it is normal, just wait a little and
follow the instructions.
Note : If your browser says the program is dangerous, don't believe it (click on
keep file or continue downloading). The reason
for this indication is that Ingame is not yet widely downloaded.
When you open the Ingame application after unzipping the
.zip, if your Mac reports that the application can't open
because the developer is not identified, it's normal. Just go to your
system preferences > security and privacy > general > open Ingame
If you have this error :
"Unable to open "Ingame" because Sandbox is not allowed to open
documents in Terminal", copy the executable file on your desktop, then open it !
Don't worry, the program is totally safe, we promise.
When you start the Ingame program, it will ask you to enter the following values :
Before playing your favourite game, don't forget to launch the program. To activate the translation of the text you are writing, press the start key you have selected and write your text. Once you have written your text in the chat (in your native language), don't forget to press the start button again to finish translating the text. Finally, the program will automatically replace what you have written in English (or other languages).
In case of bugs, try restarting the program and changing your start key.
When you have finished playing, close the program (Ingame).