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New Tweener versions (stable and beta)

I’ve uploaded the latest stable version of Tweener to the download list – the current stable version is now 1.26.62. This version basically adds better error handling by way of onError and add a nifty inheritance-style parameter to new tweenings, base.

I’ve also uploaded the new new version – 1.31.66 – to the subversion repository; this is the current test version and should be considered a beta. This version is also a big change and add a lot of new features (tweening for all filters, advanced coloring, specific TextField/TextFormat tweening, scrollrect support, new tweening parameters, other little things), fixes a few points, and also breaks some specific special properties compatibility. I’ll write more about this in the future, but in the meantime, there’s more information about this new version (with a long description of what’s been changed) here.

Posted on 6/Oct/2007 at 8:34 pm | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0) | Categories: Tweener

Comments (7)

Ahh, base classing Tweens. This will get used in my code right away. Great update Zeh. And thanks for updating the docs too. It’s all coming together quite nicely.

Posted by Nate Chatellier on 6/Oct/2007 at 9:45 pm

As always, thanks for your hard work, Zeh! I love tweener!

Posted by Chad on 6/Oct/2007 at 9:55 pm

Tweener rules!!! Thanks Zeh.

Posted by dani on 7/Oct/2007 at 7:38 am

Thank your very much, Zeh!
This is a fantastic package.
Great Work! Rock on!

Posted by Dominic Gräfen on 13/Oct/2007 at 11:55 pm

This is great, will update… I was wondering if isTweening() available to tweener yet… I didn’t see any document comments about this functionality. Referencing it didn’t seem to return a T/F. Thanks!

Posted by Lee Cherry on 8/Nov/2007 at 3:02 pm

Lee: it is, it has been available for a good time now. Tweener.isTweening(obj) should work. Check the documentation; if possible, the lastest (SVN) documentation because it’s the ‘complete’ one.

Posted by Zeh on 8/Nov/2007 at 6:22 pm

Tweener forever! Thanks a lot, Zeh.

Posted by Adam Smith on 19/Apr/2008 at 3:17 pm