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setting custom scope (and then getting the default scope) question

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If I assign a tween's callback scope like this:




onCompleteScope: this,




How can I get access to the tween object (which was the scope before I set my own this)?




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Why don't you just use a closure or something? 

var yourScope = this;
onComplete: function() {
    this; //the tween
    yourScope; //your other scope


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