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  1. Hi all, I recently stumbled upon MoveThis, another tweening engine. If you scroll down to the Gears demo, you'll see demos of Arch and Reverse, probably 2 tween easing equations. (I can't figure if they are just different names for existing Penner equations, although they are signed by "Todd Williams" aka taterboy) Would adding these eases into TweenLite be of any use? Unless they are already added. Also, MoveThis has a nice "easingStrength" parameter that apparently controls the amount of ease applied. Does TL have anything like that? Would it be a useful addition? Thanks
  2. Hi all, I wanted to know how the EndArrayPlugin is different from the regular TweenLite? Comparing: var myArray:Array = [1,2,3,4]; TweenLite.to(myArray, 1.5, [10,20,30,40]); And the alternate EndArray syntax: var myArray:Array = [1,2,3,4]; TweenLite.to(myArray, 1.5, {endArray:[10,20,30,40]}); How would that be different? And I looked at the code in EndArrayPlugin, it supports round on/off which TweenLite does not? Is that the only difference or is there more? They both work, I've tested them.
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