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  1. Dear community, I just encountered a strange phenomenon when trying to merge to projects from our group. We all use Version 1.4.1 (851). The files in the projects merge fine, no problem here. The code names, properties, colors and hierarchies are identical. However, they all get doubled [-> (2)]. I also tested adding a new (identical) testcode to each project and merge it -> same result. Now, here is why I think a bug might be part of the problem: One coder used the program with the German interface, the other used it with the English interface. However, the sections
  2. I seem to have a problem with attribute values, which should be in English but are in Chinese. A language I do not understand unfortunately.
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