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I have a function which draws lines using kinetic.js and canvas. I'm trying to find a certain argument from the function and write that argument to the console when I click on each line. How would I go about doing this?  FYI, I'm trying to get the argument outside of the function.


function drawLine(name, points, fill, stroke, closed, strokeWidth){
    window[name] = new Kinetic.Line({
        points: points,
        fill: fill,
        stroke: stroke,
        closed: closed,
        strokeWidth: strokeWidth
drawLine("NST_R01", [938.4, 258.167, 868, 258.167], "", red, "", 3);

The argument I want to get is the name argument.


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Sorry, I don't know of many KineticJS experts here.


I see you posted in the Stack Overflow kineticJS "forum". Probably get more action over there.


I'd suggest though that you make a CodePen or jsFiddle example for those guys so that it will be much easier for folks to experiment with and share a solution.

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This is the support forum for GSAP, not KineticJS. Your question makes no mention of GSAP, so I think it would be better aimed at the users of KineticJS. Their website suggests that they probably use stackoverflow as a support forum, and it can be a great place to get general javascript assistance http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/kineticjs (seems like you're already on top of this)


We're the right guys to ask if you have questions about using GSAP with KineticJS, or GSAP itself. Unfortunately there's not enough time in a day for this forum to provide support for other frameworks or general javascript questions.

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