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In Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Preview, assume that you build a project application by using the Hub Project template. If you use a non-English version of Visual Studio 2013 Preview to build the application, you receive a message warning you that you do not have a localized resource file. Additionally, when you run your application, the application may crash before the initial application page is displayed.
This problem occurs because the Hub Project template includes a resource file (Strings.resw) that is located in a localized folder and that contains localized strings for your application. By default, the Strings.resw resource file is located in the en-US folder inside the Strings folder.
To work around this problem, rename the en-US folder to match the language of the Visual Studio 2013 Preview installation that you are using to build your application.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
For more information about these warning messages, see Resource Management System
Also see other known issues that you may experience after you install Visual Studio 2013 Preview
Article ID: 2862141 - Last Review: June 26, 2013 - Revision: 1.0
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