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What happens when Tweenlite.to is called a second time with the same end value?

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So lets say I tween opacity to 0, and before the tween ends I make a new call to Tweenlite.to to opacity 0 on the same object.

Does Tweenlite ignore the second tween?

Does it start again from the current opacity value and "resets" the easing curve?

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Yep, by default the new tween will overwrite the previous one. So if you're tweening from 1 to 0 linearly, and then halfway through that tween, you start another tween to 0, it'd go from 0.5 to 0 over the duration you set on that 2nd tween. 

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