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KrownThemes says

Anybody knows how to change Tweener’s default transition type? The default one is “easeOutExpo” i think, but i want it to be the “linear” one, because that is how it should be :) I just started using tweener and it’s a little bit frustrating to change the transition type for almost every tween.. Does anybody who uses tweener know how to do that?

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enhancedmedia says

yeah just replace the words easeOutExpo with linear, if you have quite a few to change, just press ctrl F, and use the find and replace feature so you can skip through them all in no time. hope that helps

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KrownThemes says

The default syntax is this : Tweener.addTween(mc,{_x:0,time:2})
To make a linear transition you have to use this : Tweener.addTween(mc,{_x:0,time2,transition:”linear”})

So there is extra typing in there and i want to get rid of it :D Thanks for your reply though

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LucidStudios says

you have to change the Tweener class itself. I think line 162 is the required line you have to change. if (!Boolean(rTransition)) rTransition = _transitionList[“easeoutexpo”];

to:

if (!Boolean(rTransition)) rTransition = _transitionList[“linear”];

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KrownThemes says

Thanks Saafi
It was line 181 in my class and the syntax was a little bit different but it worked :)

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ZoomIt says

This thread has been useful to me in a project. Thanks enhanced
one curiosity: why is easeOutSine slower then easeOutExpo :D ?

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ZoomIt says

yes, I know, lol
But when I change the transition type to easeOutSine and leave the time unchanged it seems so much slower :D

edit: nevermind, I get it now thanks

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