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  • We now have the languages that will allow you to see Project menus in the localised language, as well as allowing provisioning of your PWA site in that language and creating project sites - and a small subset of languages which can still be installed if Project Server is present - but will not change how Project Server is displayed in the TechNet documentation these are termed Compatible languages.

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  • "Compatible" generally means that the repositories have a common ancestor.

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  • These "Compatible" classes don't show up in the design tools because I don't want anyone to confuse the two same-named implementations of the same behavior.

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  • DataVisualizationDemos application (which I'll be releasing a new version of shortly!) to allow the creation of a "Compatible"

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  • In one of those rare cases where the default behavior "just makes sense", the result of using the "Compatible"

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  • I also see that Windows is "Compatible", and that I can be "confident" my devices and applications will work.

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  • I do use MR Tech Toolkit but it does not show Compatible with: in the My Config window which would pretty well solve my problem, especially if I could sort the extension list by it.

    Mozilla Confirms Release For Firefox 3.5 | Lifehacker Australia

  • "Compatible for Vista" generally means it works on win7 too.

    Win 7 Vs Mac OS X Leopard: Feature-by-Feature Showdown | Lifehacker Australia

  • It already does make make the upgrade process a lot easier, but I have to click on all 64 of my extensions one by one to see Compatible with:. pschroeter

    Mozilla Confirms Release For Firefox 3.5 | Lifehacker Australia

  • This license is used to be able to put a “Pathfinder Compatible” logo on your book.

    Paizo’s New Pathfinder License and Fansite Policy Examined « Geek Related


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