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ease.out vs ease.easeOut

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One thing I'm failing to understand is why, when I write eases, .out is different to .easeOut.

E.g. if I change the ease below from .out to .easeOut, it yields a different ease. Can someone point me to where I can learn more in Docs?


gsap.to('.someElement', 0.6, {
	yPercent: 60,
  	ease: 'Power3.out'


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With a string like that you'd want lowercase:


ease: 'power3.out'
// or this would be the same
ease: 'power3'

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Happy tweening.



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