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Old 11-22-2011, 01:08 PM   #1
patrick123
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Default [AS2] combobox xml

in my xml i basically have this
HTML Code:
<image><colors> red1, blue1 </colors></image>
i can call it into flash with this where number is passed in a function
ActionScript Code:
colorlist1.addItem({cname:myImages[number].childNodes[3].firstChild, label:cname});

alright but my question is if there is a way to split this up so that when it is displayed in flash i get this:
red
blue
and not this : red,blue

thank you for your response.
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Old 11-23-2011, 02:40 PM   #2
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i have been able to split the result gotten using this bit of code
ActionScript Code:
function combobox(number) {     _root.mycolors = myImages[number].childNodes[3].firstChild;     _root.mysizes = myImages[number].childNodes[4].firstChild;         colorsplit = mycolors.nodeValue;     trace(colorsplit.split(","));     trace(colorsplit);     //add colors into combo box     colorlist1.addItem({cname:colorsplit.split(",",2).join("/n"),label:cname}); }

but all iget in the combo box is red1/nblue. it still refuses to go to a new line, how can i get it to go to a new line please...anybody
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