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I noticed the following thing:
* If I add a progressbar (Horizontal/Large or Small), I'll get an error while compiling saying "No resource identifier found for attribute 'style', and I can't edit the file in the "source"-mode, any edits totally wrecks the whole contents of the file. But I can edit the file by right clicking it, and removing the "android:style" row, then the application at least compiles.
This seems to be a bug in the MfA compilation target. Reassigning to MfA.
Turns out it's a problem with the generation of the style line. According to http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/themes.html#ApplyAStyle , style should not have the android: prefix . Reassigning to the Designer.
@NeoDarque: As a workaround while this gets fixed, if you keep the line but remove the "android:" prefix, it should work.
Fixed in master.