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  1. Yep, it's super common and not even the only thing that can change to color of your pee. I've seen pee even be green and bright purple before (some foods/drugs can cause this). Pretty much as long as your pee isn't brown/red/port wine color'd it's 99% likely to be fine.
  2. Theyre up to chapter 9 now actually. http://goraku.nihonbungeisha.co.jp/ebook/ureshon_egg/#target/page_no=1 Here's the source. and here is a link to buy the latest volume: https://www.dlsite.com/comic-touch/work/=/product_id/BJ213152.html
  3. Urobilin is actually what give urine its yellow color. It's a product from normal breakdown of red blood cells (your body actively replaces 1% of your red blood cells on a daily basis). The reason the tinge of the yellow changes due to hydration is simply due to how concentrated urobilin is due to the lack (or excess) of water in your urine. As another fun fact, a related product from the breakdown of red blood cells called urobilinogen (which is also excreted in the urine in small amounts), is what gives poop its brown color. As for chemicals, I don't know the exact reactions that cause it, but there are a few types of medication as well as some forms of birth control that I've seen cause green colored urine before. In general, though, with the exception of some form of contamination (like menstrual blood), if you see a urine color other than some shade of yellow (or clear), its more likely than not that there is some clinically significant issue.
  4. I mean, how dark of a yellow urine is is only an indication of hydration. It's not something you're overly concerned with when testing. Obviously the darker shade of yellow, the less hydrated you are, but there isn't any cut off for "too yellow". We're more concerned with the urine is red, brown, orange, green, blue or some other color that isn't yellow. No connection whatsoever. I pretty much came into this job by complete chance, rather than actively choosing to do it. Dealing with most urine samples is actually rather disgusting. Bloody urine and/or crawling with bacteria is quite common. And trust me when I say that some samples for patients with a UTI can clear a room faster than a silent fart in a crowded elevator. As for the crystals, no. Urine crystals are basically a mixture of chemicals formed in your body, and Uric Acid crystals are no where near the only type of crystal that can form in your urine. Those crystals can be anywhere from harmless to an indicator of a serious disease/condition in your body. For instance, Calcium Oxalate: It's not too uncommon to see this crystal in acidic urine and has basically no clinical significance (although there is a deformed version of this crystal that will show up in patients that of OD'd on antifreeze). But you could also have crystals like this: These are actually cholesterol crystals and are a sign of Nephtotic Syndrome (damage to the blood vessels in the kidney). They show up because your kidney becomes unable to filter your blood properly and lets proteins and fats through that normally are filtered back into the blood circulation.
  5. As someone that looks at urine under a microscope for a living, that is not what 99% of normal urine looks like. Yes, that picture was taken from a polarized microscope, which is normally never done for normal urine samples. They only will appear in urine with a ph less than 7 (acidic), and while it uric acid crystals are usually insignificant and can appear in healthy individuals, they are also associated with kidney stones, gout, and patients receiving chemo. In a normal, healthy, individual, when collected and tested correctly, you usually don't see much of anything when looking at their urine under a microscope.
  6. The problem isn't physically doing the J->E TL. It's doing it in any sort of efficient manner and making the game work. First of all, This is what editing just one event looks like. Gibberish. Simply put, the EN and JP versions of RPG Maker XP don't work well together. In order to TL, you have to individually click on each text event to even see what it actually says. You'll also notice the purple "Show Picture" events. Those events are for which character sprite pops up. In the JP version, it would say the name of the character. Now, in the trial version (which left the titles as gibberish), you were able to get around this by going into edit and physically checking the sprite. In the full version, that is not possible. There were less than 4000 images in the trial version, so while it lagged the EN version of XP, it still worked. The full version has about 30000 images. Trying to check the image in the EN version crashes XP. This makes it nearly impossible to figure out who is talking and makes translation difficult if not impossible. This could be gotten around by just using the JP version of XP. However, 1) It costs nearly $30, 2) Degica's website only accepts JP addresses and thus makes it difficult if not impossible for non-JP residents to buy, and 3) I was unable to find anywhere to try and pirate/crack the JP version. I tried getting around this by play testing the game as I translated. Next, I tried to just play test along the TL to see who is saying what. That doesn't work either. The second you edit English into the project file, ALL of the JP text in the game becomes unreadable blocks. The only solution is to basically to have XP up on one monitor and a clean JP copy of the game on the other and try and go back and forth (while still having to manually open every text event in XP to check where the hell you are). As you can guess, it's EXTREMELY time consuming. This is also made more difficult because, unlike the trial, which was basically linear, the full version back tracks through the same areas multiple times. This means that not only do you have to figure out who is saying what, but you have to figure out which part of the game you're actually translating. Again, time consuming and makes any progress extremely slow going. This is all, of course, without even figuring into all of the image editing and TL that would have to be done (and there are hundreds of images that would need it). While I've done some work on it, I work and go to school full time now, so any progress I make (if any) is going to be extremely slow on top of it being slow because of the difficulties already. As a timeline, I translated Yurinate in 3 months, and that was with all the text being in a plain text notepad file for me and I wasn't in school then. So yeah, unless a ton of people want to collaborate on this project, it will likely never get done.
  7. FYI, there are actually currently 7 chapters released of this. The latest raws can be found here: http://goraku.nihonbungeisha.co.jp/ebook/ureshon_egg/#target/page_no=1
  8. newp

    Onii-chan is Done For Ch. 9.5

    Desperation/wetting scene from one of the omake chapters in Onii-chan is Done For! https://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?id=159912
  9. FYI, that error is Windows Defender falsely thinking the .exe is a virus. Disable it and it will work fine. Just another lolwindows 10 feature.
  10. Yeahhh, don't expect anything until 2019 (and no idea when in 2019, to boot). To compare sizes, the original translated demo version of this game is only ~25% of the full game. As a further point, there 202 maps in the demo (some of which are inaccessible) vs 746 in this one. There is also literally over 1000 images that will need to be translated and edited for the game, on top of translating the game, itself. In addition, we'll be working around the fact that RPG Maker XP doesn't play nice with Japanese text (on the EN version, at least), so there will be some playing around to do. Long story short, it's going to be a looooonnnngggg time before this is out. As a comparison, Yurinate took me a bit over 3 months to translate, and this is probably has 4x the amount of text in it.
  11. FYI, there is already a 1.41 update. Translation will likely start in a couple weeks. Don't expect it any time soon. A LOT has been changed from the last EN released demo, so it's basically gonna be close to a complete re-translation.
  12. 3 is Chaos;Head. 4 is actually Grisaia no Kajitsu.
  13. https://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=1246582
  14. newp

    Yurinate! [E]

    The link to buy the game is in the description.
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