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RE: libwmf's sdesc and ldesc

Gerrit P. Haase wrote:
> Hi John,
>> Hi all,
>> In libwmf's sdesc and ldesc should Windows and Microsoft
>> have a stroke through the o?  (sorry to whoever's language
>> uses this character, I really should know what it's called!)
>> Just wondering,
> I copied it from the libwmf website, it is also in the original
> sources. Unless it causes problems, I want to keep it, this is the
> way the authour describes his software;)

OK.  Strange, but Ok :)


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