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From Sebastian Mohr <flex.masul...@gmail.com>
Subject Namespaces in FXG
Date Sat, 16 Mar 2013 09:56:33 GMT
Hi,

This sample FXG file [1] I got generated from Flash Catalyst CS5.5 
in my latest Flex mobile project. I wonder what all these namespaces
are good for and if I need to keep them? Usually, when using these 
FXG skins in my Flex projects I go through these FXG files and remove 
all the namespaces beside the most important one: 

	xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/fxg/2008"

Is there a simple XSLT parser out there that can remove these possibly
unneeded namespaces automatically? This would be a real time saver.

Thank you!


- 
Sebastian (PPMC)
Interaction Designer

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[1] Sample FXG file:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<Graphic 
	xmlns:ATE="http://ns.adobe.com/ate/2009"
	xmlns:ai="http://ns.adobe.com/ai/2009"
	xmlns:fc="http://ns.adobe.com/flashcatalyst/2009"
	xmlns:d="http://ns.adobe.com/fxg/2008/dt"
	xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/fxg/2008"
	xmlns:flm="http://ns.adobe.com/flame/2008"
	version="2.0"
	>
	<Group blendMode="normal">
		<Group alpha="0.75" blendMode="multiply" flm:isolated="false" flm:knockout="false">
			<Group>
				<Path winding="nonZero" data="[... some vectors ...]">
					<fill>
						<SolidColor/>
					</fill>
				</Path>
			</Group>
		</Group>
		<Group y="1">
			<mask>
				<Group ai:spare="1">
					<Path winding="nonZero" data="[... some vectors ...]">
						<fill>
							<SolidColor color="#FFFFFF"/>
						</fill>
					</Path>
				</Group>
			</mask>
			<Rect width="24" height="24">
				<fill>
					<LinearGradient rotation="90" scaleX="24" x="12.0078" y="0.00390625">
						<GradientEntry color="#9A9A9A" ratio="0"/>
						<GradientEntry color="#5B5B5B" ratio="1"/>
					</LinearGradient>
				</fill>
			</Rect>
		</Group>
	</Group>
</Graphic>


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