your first error is omitting the parentheses when using the new constructor. actionscript will allow that but it can cause problems.
next, what are you trying to do? are you trying to load a swf (a.swf) that contains classes (eg, Symbol1) that you want to instantiate in the loading (eg, in.swf) swf?
Yes I wanna do exactly what you said.
Adding parentheses did not help/
var loader:Loader = new Loader();
var context:LoaderContext = new LoaderContext();
var ClassRef:Class = getDefinitionByName("Symbol1") as Class;
var ci:* = new ClassRef();
Thank you very much.
Could you please reference me some material so I could understand that?
check the flash help files > ApplicationDomain
When I do only this: in a.fla in Symbol1 give instance name for Symbol2
or only this: edit class definition for Symbol1 in a.fla and save it as Symbol1.as
I do not have to interfere in applicationDomain
I have to only when I wanna do both.
i don't understand your last message.