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Linear.EaseNone has no affect

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Hi, I'm sure I'm missing something obvious here, but why can't I remove the default ease from this tween?

TweenMax.to(".box", 5, {x:1000, ease:Linear.EaseNone});

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Hi @friendlygiraffe,

If I am not wrong, there is no `.EaseNone` (i.e. UpperCase) but it is supposed to be `.easeNone`. So your ease value should look like: `ease: Linear.easeNone` (i.e. camelCase).

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Well at least I was right about missing something obvious


Is it better to use Power0.easeNone now ?

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`Power0`, `Power1`, `Power2`, `Power3` and `Power4` are just more intuitive names for `Linear`, `Quad`, `Cubic`, `Quart` and `Quint` respectively. Read more about them here.


You can use either.

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