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– id: ‘izvetantodorovfantasticpdf14’ is not a valid resource Id.
– id: ‘izvetantodorovfantasticpdf14’ is a missing write permissions.
– id: ‘izvetantodorovfantasticpdf14’ is a missing read permissions.
I know that this problem has been discussed over and over, and that the answer is to add the files to the’resx’ folder, but this solution does not work for me, and I cannot just delete the files in the resx folder because when I update the files the client still gets the error.
I found out that the problem is caused by the fact that I have a resx file for the Romanian Language (I use the default Romanian Client), but the default Client Language is English, so I have no resx-file for it (no Romanian language).
Thanks in advance for your help.
This is a major change for localization which is poorly documented. The resx files are no longer used and have been replaced by native resources.
It looks like you do not have a Romanian localization so it is not possible to change language right now.
Just change language and the problem will be solved.
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
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.“A brain and the spleen!”
“It’s only in your head…”
“Everyone has a brain – this brain, right?”
Every brain I can think of has a back story. Because, through all of life, my brain has been rewriting itself, it’s been changing, and that process can continue. The way that I think about the brain is in how I think about myself. The way that I think about myself is in how I think about the brain. So when one talks about being born again, what’s that, you know, by saying that you want to be born again, does that, or does that not mean a whole new identity?
There’s this general sense that you can come to consciousness and there’s not much that can happen to you, and that’s true! You can be just a thought, you can be just a feeling, you can be just an image, but you can’t be just a thought that’s got no history, you can’t be just a feeling that’s got no history, and you can’t be just an image that’s just kind of, you know, popping up.
So, in being born again, do I want the same old me, or do I want the best of the fresh me? Do I want to wake up with a brain that’s unrecognizable from its former state?
If you think about it, all of life is a renewal, it’s a re-creation, it’s a recreation. So, you know, I’m sure all of you have gotten brain transplants at some point in your life, and you know it’s a bit of an adventure when they go in. It’s like, what does this new brain know, you know. What does it think? And it’s got this new identity, and it’s got all of its own memories, and they’re all, you know, a little shaky.
The same thing’s true for a life. You’re born again, and there’s a new newness, you know, that can make you feel a little schizophrenic. Do I