"The CSS type selector 'mx.containers.Accordion' was not processed, because the type was not used in the application."
I've had to filter out this useless warning since FB2, can't we get this removed or provide us with the ability in Flash Builder to turn on/off various types of warnings and errors? Eclipse has this for Java, Adobe should use that as a basis and add a similar feature.
Unless there's another way to hide this useless warning I'm not aware of? Anyone using any kind of Flex theme that comes with a complete css style for all UI classes must be seeing this junk, but what's the point?
Was hoping this silly warning would go away by the time FB4 came out, but nope. So I am back to agitate.
Does this even NEED to be a warning? What's the harm in some unused css? Actually, if the compiler is so smart that it can figure out that the css is unused, it should also be smart enough to ignore it entirely, right?
The actual warning text (without inter-weaved joke) is:
The CSS type selector 'mx.controls.RadioButton' was not processed, because the type was not used in the application.
This is for EVERY unused class. Makes it somewhat inconvenient (obscures real warnings and errors that you actually care about) to re-use css files, which is part of the point of using css in the first place.
add this as a compiler option: