Document.xmlTags.everyItem().name will get you a array of all the xml tags in the document. Maby that will help you?
another way, and you can use it recursively:
will get you an array of tag names. use something like: http://stackoverflow.com/a/15806501 to remove duplicates.. and.. enjoy
Awesome. The .everyItem() was exactly what I needed. Thank you VERY much. Any recommendations on a better reference would be appreciated. I thought
I poured through the extendscript reference, but missed this if it was in there.
Regardless...you got me on track again.