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flash: how to add elements dynamically ?

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Hello, I have in my Fla (cs5) these symbols:
Backgorund1
Background2
Background3

All these extends MovieClips

My goal is to add them dynamically to stage accordign to level variable:
ex:

   var level:int = 1;
   
    var bg:MovieClip =new getClassByName("Background"+level);
   
    stage.addChild(bg);



Any idea on how to do that ?

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hi,

you can do this:




var dynamicClass:String = "background" + String(level);
var classRef:Class = getDefinitionByName(dynamicClass) as Class;
var mc:MovieClip = new classRef();
addChild(mc)

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