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    Make sure native W32 print dialog uses visual styles · 0d02cc82
    LRN authored
    For that to happen the libgtk3 is embedded with a manifest that requests
    common controls library 6.x, and GTK lazily calls InitCommonControlsEx()
    to initialize those. Then this manifest is used to temporarily override
    the process activation contest when loading comdlg32 (which contains the
    code for the print dialog), ensuring that it too depends on common
    controls 6.x, even if the application that uses GTK does not.
    
    https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=733773
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