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Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 22:51
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Shaheed Legion26-Feb-13 6:02
Shaheed Legion26-Feb-13 6:02 
You could keep your ide and simply Google for resedit which is a compatible program that let's you edit resource files for visual studio projects. It is a bit tedious, but is a viable workaround which saves on a reinstall of visual studio, and you don't have to go messing with the project conversion wizard which pops up when using newer versions of v.s with older project files.
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GeneralRe: Inability to edit .rc files Pin
Anthony Appleyard26-Feb-13 6:39
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QuestionUser privileges stopping a program from rename(,)'ing files Pin
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GeneralBUG FOUND Pin
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QuestionA pointer reference as l-value Pin
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George Nistor21-Jan-13 5:37
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QuestionThe 'rename' function gives errno == -1 Pin
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