[Approved] - Russian/Ukrainian string id fix

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  1. Rara Avis

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    Recently I suggested to add cases for
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    1. <String id="2613">Russian</String>
    2. <String id="2614">Ukrainian</String>
    to Core\Util\Utils.cs to have audio/subtitles labels for these languages translated too (added in SVN 23908).

    My mistake was to add these string id's only to localized strings_ru.xml, but not also to base strings_en.xml.
    The result - after being processed by MPLanguageTool these lines vanished from strings_ru.xml, as being not found in base (english) file.

    I think we must change both of them. Patch attached.


     

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    Done, svn24489

    Please add also the other missing strings for Russian language file :D

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    Thank You!

    Fortunately, this was the single deviation and I swear to be consequent in the future :oops:
    Glad to feel this issue fixed for the future releases.
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