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You should change handler function in parent, so that when removed it removes its children.

parent.once('removed', function(){
    console.log('parent removed');
    // or if you want to make it more universal
    // parent.children.slice().forEach(function(c){
    //      parent.removeChild(c)});



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Yeah - that technically works in this small example, but in general is there no way for a DisplayObject to detect when it's been removed from the scene graph unless it was explicitly from a removeChild()?

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hrm I'm a little worried about using a different fork... I kinda just want to `npm install pixi` and be off to the races...

I hope your features make it in! 

Pixi 5 is a ways away though, no? it's still alpha?

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  • 2 years later...

I made it several times in my projects, including my own flash API, its just I do not have enough time and enough motivation from people to make it into pixi plugin. Here what was rejected in pixijs : https://github.com/pixijs/pixi.js/pull/4586 

Yes, maybe in a month or two i'll finally make it into a plugin - but that'll be whole separate tree, not just a simple "Stage" element.

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