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Can I use existing CSS sytlesheets in new Flex applications?

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Flex supports CSS but it has got its components and therefore different selector names and style properties. All traditional CSS styles may not be applicable as is.
 
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It might be pertinent to add here that our Product development team develops Prototypes in Traditional HTML / css, we simply import these css into our development and they work right out of the box.

In almost about 2 years, we never had any incompatibilities.

may be css styles are a subset of what attributes we can set for the flex components. A good move by Adobe.
 
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