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English MUI, the English translation Multilingual User Interface of WinAsm Studio.

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Hi all,

The English (Official) User Interface dll included in the latest WinAsm Studio download V5.0.4.142 has a small bug, so here is the corrected one

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Corrects a small bug with the F12 accelerator

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hi!!! well i don't know if i'm in a correct part of the forum, but i whant to change my windows xp pro from spanish to english, i spend some time looking for the MUI ENU but it seems that it doesn,t exist, may be you know about some way to do it. well my purpose to install the english vesion is because i whant to update to windows media center edition but the installation package only works in windows xp english version. i heard about a program that's make's the pc thinks that is another O.S. version.... but i only know that, maybe there is a way to change the register from spanish to english....

hehe thanks for your help
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Greetings and welcome to the forums! :tup

Firstly WinAsm Studio is English MUI by default.

From what I read in your post...

It appears you need to change your Regional settings for XP in the Control Panel. I am not sure since I do not use XP yet.

Anyone else have some ideas for this fellow? I'm kind busy at the moment...

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He-he That you only do not think up It too most as to talk in a usual theme, here to in English Well it is all the same cheerful
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