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I'm not going to test it, but the answer is almost always yes.


Sometimes, characters need a dose of to fix some SFF palette issues.  If a character crashes because of DisplayToClipboard states, they'll need to all be nulled out.  Very easy to do with with notepad.  If there's any other issue, then the author should have done a better job.


And why stop at Mugen 1.0?  If your computer wasn't made in the stone age, use Mugen 1.1. Even if you can't use the OpenGL renderer for some reason, you lose nothing.

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