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"Dean Schulze" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> When running a Flex application created with the Flex Builder 3 plugin to
> Eclipse I get this error:
> Error: No class registered for interface mx.styles::IStyleManager2'.
> at mx.styles::StyleManager$/get
> mx.styles::StyleManager$/ http://www.adobe.com/2006/flex/mx/internal::initProtoCh
I *think* IStyleManager2 is a Gumbo class. Did you somehow download the
Flex 4 SDK without noticing?
I'm using the Flex Builder 126.96.36.199647 plugin for Eclipse.
A couple of other people have seen this error too, but I've yet to see a solution other than the use of Singleton, which causes another problem.
I am receiving the same errors in my application. Just checking to see if you have found a solution since your last post.
I am receiving the same error as well, and also using the Flex Plugin for Eclipse. What is IStyleManager2?
It's probably because your missing the <mx:application .. > tag. Check the code you have (copied or downloaded) and either replace or add the application tag (flex 3). I was getting the same error. I tried using an older flex 2.0 code and it was missing the application tag. Once I added the application tag, everything worked like a charm.
Thanks a lot, It really was setting off that error. I applied <mx:canvas> instead of <mx:application> tag