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  1. Wow. Glad I posted before I went off the deep end. Thanks so much Blake! You guys rocks!
  2. Hey Blake! Thanks for responding! Sorry for the confusion, but you're right. I think this is more of a sequencing issue than a stagger. Ideally this is what it would end up like: fade in parent box -> stagger in children -> fade out parent box -> fade in next parent box -> stagger in children -> etc. Just didn't know if it was possible with stagger or what would be the best method to accomplish something like this. Thanks!
  3. Hey all! I'm trying to be as efficient as possible on my animation and trying to re-use tweens wherever possible. I ran into a problem where I wanted to stagger in a number of parent elements, but upon each stagger, I want to stagger in child elements within the parent. So this presented the issue of if the number of child elements are different, my parent stagger value would need to dynamic, based on when it's children finished staggering in. I'd also like this to be a part of 1 master timeline because I'm using a progress meter. So pausing and resuming the master while waiting f
  4. Hey everyone! I am building one long animation, and as I am working on it, I don't want to have to rewatch the entire animation up to the point I am working on/debugging. What is the best way to accomplish that? I've tried searching, but everything I've come across doesn't seem to work. I've tried seeking to a label, seeking to a time value, playing from the label, and all seem to just be ignored. I can play and resume just fine, but the skipping is not working.