Translating The "Gibberish"

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    I know it’s been a little while since MkII was released, and I was just wondering how MkIII is coming along?

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    Now, I would think that the best form of a language that could be made from random strings of letters would be one where every letter represented a basic adjective, and strings of said adjectives would be used as a replacement for nouns, and context would provide any knowledge normally requiring verbs, similar to the languages described in “Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius”

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    This is very interesting. This could be on an even bigger scale, by including the symbol legend created by the user Andy. URL Link to Andy’s legend:

    We could re-create books that max out the library’s limit, and ones that use different symbols using these two together. I also propose the idea of creating a .bat or.exe file that translates all possible outcomes of the ‘gibberish’ from the library, and a separate file to then treat the symbol replacements. We would need to decode numbers ourselves, but this is still a great idea in my mind.

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    Brddte, I’m using your translation to translate the very first page (Hex 0, Wall 1, Shelf 1, Volume 1) and in your translation, I believe the first words are:
    “You understand it.”
    Is there anyone with a different interpretation? Mine sounds freaky.

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    this is a very fucky idea, I need to get really deep into the structure u described.

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