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  1. Absolutely, but there are a few caveats: You may not include any of the members-only bonus plugins/classes in your open source tool (for obvious reasons) and you must clearly represent that the GreenSock code uses its own separate licensing model. We encourage the use of GreenSock tools to empower other open source tools.
  2. Hi all, TweenLite allows relative property tweening if the value is supplied as a string. When is this useful? Apart from the obvious like when you want to move an object offscreen you say "x:10000". But I would still prefer calculating the value absolutely. I simply can't see one real world application for relative tweening. Can anyone tell me if they used it? or where it would be good to use it? Maybe something like this? TweenLite.to(obj, {x: 50}); TweenLite.to(obj, {x: "10"}); // goes to 60 TweenLite.to(obj, {x: "-10"}); // goes back to 50 Is this a practical example or are there more? Thanks
  3. Hi all, This is more of a user question rather than a technical one. Can you give me some usage examples of easeParams? Currently I think its only used for complex equations that need such params, although I still don't know how or when you'd use these config parameters : a Amplitude p Period o Overshoot Thanks
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