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  1. Hi once again, I am trying to create infinite movement, but have to problems and don't have enough experience to understand what's going on. Changing ease: "power1.in" to ease: "back.inOut(1.7)" - second one not works, however first one plays well. All squares created at once before movement started, however I need to create them one by one (when carousel shifted add new square). The problem is, when I tried to call addSquare(6) in onStart, or any other place - squares created, but they don't move( Hope u could advice where I need to look. Thanks a lot for your time!
  2. hey guys, did you have a cool trick to search a specific tween in memory ? In a complexe deep events with multiple promises, i can destroy tweens but also keep some specific looping tween active ! And it become little bit hard when inside a breakpoint , to look and debug in memory if all go fine. You know when your search current active objects in memory. It hard to know what tween i need keep or release to gc. Did you have a tricks or maybe a thing we can do to know what tween are currently in memory when debuging? The example upper show me when snapp the memory, i have 10 tween in memory can't release in GC , and it hard to know wish and where the are come from. i was think about something like const t = TweenMax.staggerTo(container.children, 4, {x:()=>`+=${Math.randomFrom(4,-8)}`,y:()=>`+=${Math.randomFrom(7,-10)}`, ease: Power1.easeInOut, repeat:-1, yoyo:true}, 0.2); // this not work, but a kind of naming memory to easy search if the tween was destroyed in memory? t.memoryName('blablaMemoryID'); // create a easy search reference for debug only Because i notice some memory leak from my events, and am trying to debug, but it hard to know what,where,when, from in a complex and deep events with a lots of tweenings features.. What your suggest to me , did you have good trick to learn me. It will be very cool guys if you can release us a video to how debug memory for your tweens engines (tips tricks). or maybe your already have one i didnt seen! it could help to master the tween and the mistakes not to do, I'm sure I made a stupid mistake somewhere that causes me a memory leak. sorry if this is a stupid question or not related to your engine :), hope you can help me here. Also sorry for poor english, i try my best
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