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Pass parameter to button callback

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Hi there,


I'm trying to do something which I think should be rather simple but I don't seem to be able to achieve it.


When a button is clicked, I'm trying to pass a parameter to the button callback function, however if I pass anything to the function and console.log it out, it's always the clicked button.


Is there a way to pass a parameter other than the button to the button callback?




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the second parameter is as you wrote the button itself. I dont know if this helps you, but you could give the button for example a name (ie = variable) and read this again in your function

Hope it helps

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Yes, Blackgames is right, something like this:

    function create() {        buttonA = game.add.sprite(100, 100, 'buttonA');        buttonA.variable = "Hi there!"        buttonA.inputEnabled = true;, this);    }    function doSomething (item) {        console.log(item.variable);    }

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