I've got some custom classes that extend and extension of the
MovieClip. At the end of the movieclip timeline I want the end
users to be able to simply call myMethod to signal they are at the
end of the timeline. Certain classes will need to do something
things and others yet others, but they will all also need to do a
few things in common.
I was hoping to define the "in common" things in the super
class and then overide the method for the extensions. So in my
example I was hoping that an instance of Class B would do what it
needed to do and then call the super function. However Class C has
nothing specific itself to do and since the method wasn't overriden
the same myMethod() on the timeline would invoke the super classes
So the case of Class C works. But in the case of Class B. I
get the trace that the Class B method has been called, but I don't
get a message that Class A was called. Is there a way to make this
idea work? Is it a good idea? What am I missing?