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Is somewhere a more minimal example of tweendeck aviable than this one



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Hi Thomas and welcome to the GreenSock forums.


Not that I know, perhaps another user has seen or made other samples.


I remember this coming up in another post, perhaps you can send the user a PM in order to know if he can share his presentation:




Unfortunately it seems that there isn't any documentation regarding tweendeck out there, so the best course of action would be look at John's code and do some reverse engineering on it to create a simpler example.



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Thanks for answering. I tried this already, but I did a mistake. So it didn't work and I gave up. Then I started to do everything from scratch. Then I saw my mistake.


Tweendeck is quiet simple. A timeline for every slide. Also a timeline, where all timelines are added by


At the end

 var anyname = $.tweendeck(full_timeline);


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Hey Thomas,


Excellent to hear that you got it sorted out and thanks a lot for sharing your findings, I'm pretty sure other users will benefit from this.


Happy Tweening!!

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