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zuxy

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  1. I can confirm that this trick works.
  2. Hello, If I have a utf-8 encoded .cue file with track information (title, performer etc.) in letters that can be represented in iso-8859-1 (e.g. É and é), will ImgBurn convert them to iso-8859-1 when burning as cd-text? If not, would an iso-8859-1 encoded .cue file work? Does Windows locale setting matter here? Thanks for your help!
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