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Localization problem - Common Language Runtime error

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I have a VB .NET app that I've been working on for quite some time. The app
has been working fine with no problems. I have recently been charged with
Internationalizing the app. Since I have never done this before I searched
for information and came across a walkthrough
(http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...3(VS.71).aspx).

It seemed straight forward enough so I began working on the project. The
startup form was no problem, however the primary form is giving a "Common
Language Runtime detected an invalid program" error immediately upon hitting
the InitializeComponent line in Sub New. I reverted back to the original form
and verified that all was well. I then set the Localizable property of the
form to True. Without making any other changes I rebuilt the app and ran it.
I got the same Common Language Runtime error.

In addition to the startup form I have localized several other forms that
work fine, it is only the one form I am having a problem with. Sadly for me
the problematic form is a very important one.

Has anyone run into this before? Any ideas on how to resolve this?
Apr 30 '07 #1
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