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to MS: CE fails to stricly localise east-asian languages

Postby Ronald Sloot » Fri, 22 Aug 2003 11:18:07 GMT

When I choose 'strict localisation' with any of the east-asian languages my
CE build fails because two (so far) resources are missing:

    1) msgslang_qvga.res
    2) aygshell.res

In my opinion those should be provided by Microsoft. They are provided with
the 0404 and 0409 locales, not for the other ones. I am not too good at
translating to these languages, uhmmmm....

Can a MS respresentative respond to this ?

-- Ronald

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