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Timelinelite docs to() typo?

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Hi guys,


Just getting upto speed with the new syntax methods of v12 (I know its not so new now!)


Does the to() method example in the timelinelite docs have a typo or am I misunderstanding the example? Line 7, opacity 0 // comment says 0.5

//create a timeline that calls myFunction() when it completes
var tl = new TimelineLite({onComplete:myFunction});

//now we'll use chaining, but break each step onto a different line for readability...
tl.to(element, 1, {left:100}) //tween element's "left" property to 100
.to(element, 1, {top:50}, "-=0.25") //then tween element's "top" property to 50, starting 0.25 seconds before the previous one ends
.set(element, {opacity:0}) //then set element's opacity to 0.5 immediately
.call(otherFunction) //then call otherFunction()
.staggerTo([e1, e2, e3], 1.5, {rotation:45}, 0.25); //finally tween the rotation of e1, e2, and e3 to 45 and stagger the start times by 0.25 seconds
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Yep, that was just a typo - thanks for pointing it out :)

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