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We’ll have so much to write about Tweener on the next few days that I figure I’ll split it into a few different posts and go slowly.
This specific post is to say that we’ve finally published a more readable list of the available transitions on Tweener, in the form of a cheat sheet. See it here (it’s part of the documentation website being built for Tweener) or just click the image below.
It allows you to customize the list somewhat, and directly print it if needed. It’s also based on the original cheat sheet by Nate Chatellier, only slightly more vandalized.
The list is also useful for anyone using other tweening engines, as long as they’re based on the original easing equations by Robert Penner. And as always, the old MC Tween “Animation types” page has a more descriptive list if anyone is interested.