For some reason i just can't get it. can you put up a more detailed steps or a video of you doing it i'm really bad with computers T.T
1. Download the file I attached to the first post.
2, Place that file in the installation folder of SC2.
3. Start the game. If you don't see it, go back until you can edit the e-mail address in the login screen. The button should appear then.
It seems I'm no longer able to switch the Locale of my editor (Only option I get is enGB) since this patch - I used to edit my map on enUS because I'm working on it together with Zelda, and going through the localization process before actually starting to work on it is annoying as hell, so anyone know how to fix this?
I would've thought putting in the regions.xml would've helped, but it doesn't. Can anyone who already played on another region check if I the editor can change to that regions locale? (File -> Preferences -> General)
Currently don't have the time to do all the things I can think of to try and fix it, but once I do I'll post here if I find a solution.
This is describing exactly how to create the regions.xml file we use for Wings of Liberty right now to be able to switch servers in main menu and editor.
You can find it in the first post of this thread.
So, put that file into your HotS folder, select your region and try to log in.
Even after the reccent patch, you still need to download Ahli's xml file to publish on other regions.
To publish on other regions, place the xml file on the Starcraft II folder. Next, goto the map editor. File > Map preferences > Battle.net - then select the regions you want. Lastly, you have to close out of the editor and open it back up again. Then when you publish, it will automatically upload to that region you selected. Note: during the publishing phases, it doesnt specify which region you are publishing.