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  1. Hello everyone! This is my first topic here on the forums! I'm eager to learn how to tween. Thank you for your help ahead of time!I'm looking to execute this Codepen example that @pkid shared on a similar post but I'm running into a problem with increasing the text size (48pt in this case) and the length of the text. The white space between the list repeating grows far too large and when changing some of the variables the list sometimes completely disappears sans one item. It's important to note that I'm just looking to repeat this one line only so I technically don't need the list. After trying different "listWidth" and "var time" values related to variety of possible elements and messing with the CSS, I can't seem to get it to work and I would love your help in a) a solution and b) an explanation on how this is functioning. What am I missing here? I appreciate your help! Please let me know if something is not clear or if you have any questions.Thanks,Matthew
  2. Hello everyone! First post here on the forums! I'm eager to learn how to tween. Thank you to everyone for your responses above...I've been learning from each one. In particular, I'm looking to execute something close to the codepen example @pkid shared initially but I'm running into a problem with increasing the text size (48pt in this case). The clone text begins to appear below the original line and I'm thinking it has something to do with the listWidth. Additionally, the list items begin to have a large gap between them after changing other values. After trying different listWidth values related to variety of possible elements I can't seem to get it to work and I would love your help in a) a solution and b) an explanation on how it's functioning. I appreciate your help! Please let me know if something is not clear or if you have any questions. Thanks, Matthew
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