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  1. Imagine I have one long timeline and many of the tweened properties are dynamically calculated. For example; elem1y, elem2y... tline = new TimelineMax() .add([ TweenMax.to("#elem-1", 1.5, {y: elem1y}), TweenMax.to("#elem-2", 1.5, {y: elem2y}) ]) .addPause() .add([ TweenMax.from("#elem-3", 1.5, {y: elem3y}), TweenMax.from("#elem-4", 1.5, {y: elem4y}) ]) What is the best way to update the timeline if those values are recalculated? The issue I am currently facing is that simply recreating the timeline leaves lots of elements values changed, thus recreating the timeline as I originally did causes the offsets to be relative to incorrect values. I've been messing with invalidate(), clear(), reset() but no luck yet. Thanks!
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