I want to edit a .BNDL file in windows 7 but when I open it with notepad or Microsoft Office 2010, I get a file with weird characters. Is there a way to edit this file in windows? Regards
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I need to test a AA and AAX file format for iphone testing. I tried google searching with filetype:aax. But I could't find it easily. Where do I find these samples?
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