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Flash XML Graphics (FXG) is a specification for an XML-based graphics file format for describing two-dimensional vector graphics developed by Adobe Systems.[1] FXG was planned as a graphics interchange format for cross-application file support, to be used by Adobe Flash and Adobe Flash Player.[2][3]

The XML model for FXG is based as closely as possible on the SVG XML graphics format.[2][1]

The links to the FXG specification no longer work and the project seems to be abandoned.

See also


  1. ^ a b FXG 2.0 specification
  2. ^ a b FXG 1.0 specification, "The FXG rendering model follows very closely the Flash Player 10 rendering model and exposes all graphics capabilities of the Flash platform as well as offering expandable support to accommodate future capabilities of the Flash Player"
  3. ^ Some thoughts about the PSD format, John Nacks Blog, Adobe

External links

  • FXG 1.0 - Functional and Design Specification
  • FXG 2.0 - Functional and Design Specification

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