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Detect when HTML changes

One of the best features here is that we can do live html updates, but the downside is anything we dynamically change goes out the window. I'd love to build a basic state machine so that anytime it reloads it can restore it's state, but can't find a hook to find when the html file has changed.

 

Is there one that's accessible?

Thanks!

Yep - it's not exposed as an event, but the class it's in is intended to be edited anyway. Pop open the Manager class:

Default Managers/Manager.cs

And ctrl+f for:

Document.innerHTML=html;

I see it on line 125 so it should be somewhere around there. The function it's inside is the one that runs when your HTML file is saved (and all it does is just write the new HTML to the document), so you should just be able to add anything else you'd like in there too.

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