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get last animated items

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I find TweenMax.ticker.addEventListener("tick", callbackFn);

but.. how can i get all items, that currently animated?

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There isn't a single method that tells you that.

It would really help to know why you want to know which objects are tweening and what you intend to do with them.

 

If you want to pause or kill them all, you can use TweenMax.pauseAll() or TweenMax.kilAll() (TweenMax docs).

 

You can also grab all active animations and export them to a single timeline using TimelineLite.exportRoot() : https://greensock.com/docs/TimelineLite/static.exportRoot()

 

Once all the tweens are in a timeline you can use getChildren() to get an array of all the children: https://greensock.com/docs/TimelineLite/getChildren() and then investigate the targets of those tweens.

 

If none of that helps, please provide a reduced test case that clearly illustrates what you need to do. Thanks.

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thanks, this help me if use "to", "fromTo" etc...
and another thing is,  can i catch usage of TweenMax.set()?

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i use it to know, when element change size/position.

for example, i have element A, and element B which behaves like a reflection in a mirror.
element A can change it size/position from a different places, and when i create element B, i just whant to cacth all tweens, and check target , if it's element A, then do what i do.

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Is this what you're looking for? https://greensock.com/docs/TweenLite/static.getTweensOf()

 

A set() is just a zero-duration tween, FYI. 

 

I'm a little confused, though, about why you're doing it this way. Seems like there may be a cleaner way to accomplish what you're after but I may be misunderstanding. If you want to dynamically add other elements that are following the same movements/opacity or whatever, why not just use a container element?  (Tween the container, add elements to it whenever). 

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