ChikenSoup wrote:I just would like to say that the .rc file is missing. The link you provided is broken.
I don't know much about the JIRA issue CORE-9544
. I checked its activity with the history tab selected. I discovered the reason the link you followed was broken. The file linked by Pi_User5, https://jira.reactos.org/secure/attachment/29136/en-US.rc
, in the original post in this thread (topic) has been deleted. For this reason the link is dead. That file appears to have been replaced by https://jira.reactos.org/secure/attachment/29155/en-US.rc
. (This link is working at the time I write this.)
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