0004113: TvPlugin Solution incorrectly builds all projects as x86

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    Since TvPlugin is build last, it produces and overwrites all dlls with x86 versions. This is especially problematic with Common.Utils.dll which every plugin dev has to reference. The C# compilers resgen tool has a problem on x64 machines - so every plugin dev trying to build against this dll will get a compile error if he uses Winforms elements.

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    Here's the fixed Commom.Utils.dll for 1.3 Beta:
    Simply replace the existing one in the MediaPortal Install dir.
     

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