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  1. Hey! I recently switched from Tween.JS to GSAP, and I'm trying to tween a number with potentially large number of decimal places. I wrote a small library that finds-on-screen and auto-tweens those numbers, so I do not have a *predefined* number of decimals - but as they're cryptocurrency prices, those can be 4, 6, 8 or 9 - usually. I noticed that both TweenMax and TweenLite do only 4 decimals, which is quite weird. Looking around the web (and this forum) I cannot find a solution/parameter/switch how to alter this behavior. Any advice? import gsap from 'gsap'; import { TweenLite, Expo } from 'gsap/all'; gsap.registerPlugin(Expo); export default class TweenEmAll { // ..cut objTween = undefined; objTweenProgress = { value: 0.000001 }; // experiment with pre-defined 6 decimals // ..cut tween() { // ..cut // launch new tween this.objTween = TweenLite.to(this.objTweenProgress, this.duration, { value: this.target, ease: Expo.easeOut, //decimals: 6, // experiment //autoRound: false, // experiment onUpdate: this.onTweenUpdate.bind(this) }); } onTweenUpdate() { // reconstruct value nicely let value = this.objTweenProgress.value.toFixed(6); // experiment // update appropriate element if(this.isInput) this.elmContainer.val(value); else this.elmContainer.html(value); } }
  2. When tweening numbers is there a way to keep it to a certain number of decimal places? Such as in this case: TweenLite.to( numberBeingTweened, 5, { targetNumber: 14.95 }); It's a dollar amount, so I need to keep the two numbers after the decimal. (The title of this post is a bit misleading now that I think about it)