Thanks Jason,

That is how I approached in the end. I was just getting stuck while
dispatching custom events from the extended Timer class. but I think all is
solved now.


On 3/12/08, Merrill, Jason <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> Haven't followed this thread, and don't even know what the original
> question is other than the thread title, but I'll just jump in and add,
> I don't think attaching variables to events is a good idea anymore, I
> used to do it in AS2 all the time with Delegate, but now with the new
> AS2 event model, I think a better approach is to dispatch and listen for
> events, and grab properties from other places in your code when the
> event is heard - use event.target as necessary and such. You can even
> attach properties to the target instead of to the event, so
> event.target.myProperty and the like.
>
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