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Converting lyrx file or style manager stylx file from ArcGIS Pro to ArcMap
I just saw by chance, that my ArcMap 10.8.1 was able to import LYRX. I haven't checked if the symbology is complete, but it looks good.
The only way I could "import" a LYRX to ArcMap was to follow someone's else idea of publishing the layer as a Web Layer from ArcGIS Pro to AGOL and then open it on ArcMap. On my case, ArcMap displayed the symbology correctly and from there I could save a LYR file
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