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revolt fx and pixi loader

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Hello

Im trying to find a way to use revolt.fx outside the pixi.loader and some of the loadBundleFile loader.

The default way:

   const rfxBundleSettings = 'assets/default-bundle.json';
    const rfxSpritesheet = 'assets/revoltfx-spritesheet.json';
    const additionalAssets = ['assets/rfx-examples.json'];

    //Load bundle files and the additional example spritesheet
    fx.loadBundleFiles(rfxBundleSettings, rfxSpritesheet, null, additionalAssets).then(function (data) {

        app.ticker.add(function () {
            //Update the RevoltFX instance
            fx.update();
        });

    }).catch(function (err) {
        console.log('Error', err);
    });

What I need is a way to load the image, which is referred to  in the "revoltfx-spritesheet.json" file. I need to load that image seperately.

Something like this:

const fx = new revolt.FX(); //loaded via the script tag

    const rfxBundleSettings = 'assets/default-bundle.json';
    const rfxSpritesheet = 'assets/revoltfx-spritesheet.json';
    const additionalAssets = ['assets/rfx-examples.json'];

const image-from-revoltfx-spritesheet = 'assets/revoltfx-spritesheet.png';

    //Load bundle files and the additional example spritesheet
    fx.loadBundleFiles(rfxBundleSettings, rfxSpritesheet, null, additionalAssets).then(function (data) {

        app.ticker.add(function () {
            //Update the RevoltFX instance
            fx.update();
        });

    }).catch(function (err) {
        console.log('Error', err);
    });

and then use it in the fx.loadBundleFiles() as a parameter, or maybe  another way. I´m using Pixi, but are using a costume assetManager loader.

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