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  1. TehThird's solution is right on! The only thing I needed to do was to add: declare var TimelineMax:any; in my .ts file but outside of any class in that file props to TehThird, and by extension OLUBLAKE
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    @Diaco.AW! thank you! (btw, awesome avatar)
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    This question has probably been asked, but my searches have not turned up anything of value yet. Basically I have an animation sequence that will be used on multiple timelines. Is there a way to 'package' a unique timeline and apply it to others? An example I might come up with is the flapping of a birds wings (I'm not writing that btw). The sequence I might use to flap the wings could be generally applied to a number of wing images, and bird bodies. Apologies in advance if this noob question has already been addressed.
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