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Dynamically update bitmap in a library symbol and see that change happen across all use counts?

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In the libary is a symbol that has a use count over 50, none of the instances of the symbol have instance names. The symbol contains a Bitmap ( spritesheet.png ) which has been, until now, in the library. For optimizing loading times, we now load the spritesheet dynamically.

 

Ideally I would update the spritesheet.png in the library dynamically, but I haven't found a way to do that.

 

How do I update the Bitmap that the symbol uses and see that change happen across all use counts for that symbol?

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If you're talking about replacing a sprite sheet in the library of animate, you should just be able to name it the same and overwrite it.

If it's in an outside folder the same thing should work. 

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Dynamically update bitmap in a library symbol and see that change happen across all use counts?

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In the libary is a symbol that has a use count over 50, none of the instances of the symbol have instance names. The symbol contains a Bitmap ( spritesheet.png ) which has been, until now, in the library. For optimizing loading times, we now load the spritesheet dynamically.

 

Ideally I would update the spritesheet.png in the library dynamically, but I haven't found a way to do that.

 

How do I update the Bitmap that the symbol uses and see that change happen across all use counts for that symbol?

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Correct answer by PickleNick28 | Adobe Community Professional

If you're talking about replacing a sprite sheet in the library of animate, you should just be able to name it the same and overwrite it.

If it's in an outside folder the same thing should work. 

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If you're talking about replacing a sprite sheet in the library of animate, you should just be able to name it the same and overwrite it.

If it's in an outside folder the same thing should work. 

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