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Old 06-18-2009, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default netStream remove or kill???

Hi all
I am writing a custom video player as a class. I have it all working great, play, pause, stop, etc. I can instantiate that class either on main timeline or another class and all is well. The problem I have is removing it. if I have a sprite container called locContainer instantiate my class
ActionScript Code:
var locContainer  = new Sprite(); addchild(locContainer ) var locPlayer:playerClass = new playerClass(locPlayer); locContainer.addChild(locPlayer)
this works but if I remove locPlayer the audio still plays the video and custom controls are removed fine just the audio
ActionScript Code:
the class is too complicate to paste here but it uses NetConnection and the video classes
ActionScript Code:
ncConnection=new NetConnection  ;             ncConnection.addEventListener(NetStatusEvent.NET_STATUS,netStatusHandler);             ncConnection.connect(null);
I thought removeChild should remove all children of that child

any help would be great
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