As the topic suggests, I have been doing quite some work on Virtual Playtable, but before I go into detail, here's the file where you can get everything I've been working on so far:http://www.speedshare.org/download.php?id=183369641
Well then, the ZIP archive's content:
1.) Expansion Symbols
Due to the varying quality of the expansion symbols in VPT 0.8.1, I've decided to do a complete overhaul of them.
The result is a compilation of high quality PNG expansion symbols created from vector graphics that covers almost all editions VTP supports (minor editions like "Alternate Art Lands" or "Ultra Rare" excluded due to indeterminable expansion symbols). The files are formatted in accordance with VPT's naming system.
2.) Turn Structure Images
I've created alternative turn structure images for those of you who might want to change those from the MWS's days.
Of course, I'd be honored if they will be used in the official version.
Since an acquaintance of mine hardly speaks English and we've been playing mostly older editions, I was annoyed by the missing characters in the font for older Magic cards in German. As a result, I added all Latin-based diacritics used by VPT's languages to the font, including the "AE" letter that was missing in some English cards.
4.) German Editions
As I said earlier, an acquaintance of mine doesn't speak English well, so I started proofreading German editions and added also some that were not integrated yet. I hope I will find the necessary time to go through all remaining editions I haven't looked through yet. As of now, I finished proofreading "Tempest.ger.xml", "Revised Edition.ger.xml", "Homelands.ger.xml", "4th Edition.ger.xml, and added "Stronghold.ger.xml".
5.) Translating VPT
Due to above-mentioned reasons, I'm willing to translate VPT's interface into German.