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By Tati 0991023232 or 0991023233. As far as the numbers in the summary are concerned, I don't know if there are any other pics. I'll be posting them on YouTube at some point when I have time. What I noticed is that the market data only shows revenues while the other two tables include both net sales and revenues. Re: Photoshop CS6 / Chinese localizations Thanks for reporting that. I think this is a problem with the data extraction script. It had to be fixed. Regarding your third question, there is no difference between the raw sales numbers of the English, German and Chinese versions. The only difference is that the English version reports only a few localizations while the other two include the Chinese localization. This is actually a problem with the description field. It's not displaying the translation of the Chinese localization. The title is correct for the Chinese localization but I don't have any data to verify if the Chinese localization's title is correct or not. Last edited by tatitasmurf; 08-10-2013 at 06:09 AM. Reason: Update on localization numbers I've noticed the same issue when I looked at the English translation. They just seem to have some additional English information I can't find anywhere else. Are you able to get a screenshot of the Chinese translation? I'm also having a bit of an issue with the Chinese localization. I can't get the sum of the "Product Attribute Values" and "Non Product Attribute Values" columns to add up to the value in the "Total Selling Price" column. The total is always greater than the sum of the two columns. As soon as I add any values to either of the two columns, the Total Selling Price changes to reflect the new number. Here's a sample of the data in the table for one of the images: I was wondering if you could look into this bug for me. Since my main interest is in the Japanese translations, I just wanted to ask if the attached images could help me understand whether or not the Japanese translation for the Japanese localization is correct. The problem is that the Japanese localization is missing from the "File Attribute" column.