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    Have you all plugin devs switched to VS2019?

    I have been out of the loop for a while.
    Just downloaded latest THUD release and tried to open it with my old __v7.sln and __v7.csproj files as always.
    The project would not open: Project file is incomplete. Expected imports are missing.
    It seems that some .NET updates I have had recently are not compatible with Visual Studio 2017 :-(

    Does anybody have a solution how to fix this or do I have to really use VS2019 from now on? VS2019 opens it A-OK.

    Maybe somebody can share their working solution or point to me where it can be found.

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