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I've followed these instructions (minus the multiple squares)


and have a movieclip following a path I define.  I can't seem to figure out how to when that tween is completed how to get it to tween along a new path again?  I can send it a new path to follow but it just duplicates the movieclip and jumps to the final point in the path.  I'd like to be able to tween along a path, then send it another path and have it tween to the next final location and so on. 


Thanks for any direction you can give me.


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Hi and welcome to the GreenSock forums.


Its a bit tricky as a pathFollower can only be on one path at a time. Without knowing more about what you need to do, here is a basic example that has a box following a path and then following another path.


You can just paste this into your fla


import com.greensock.*;
import com.greensock.easing.*;
import com.greensock.motionPaths.*;
import flash.geom.Point;
import flash.display.Shape;

//create a LinePath2D with 5 Points
var path:LinePath2D = new LinePath2D([new Point(0, 0), 
                                      new Point(100, 100), 
                                      new Point(350, 150)])

var path2:LinePath2D = new LinePath2D([ 
                                      new Point(10, 200),
                                      new Point(400, 200)]); 
path2.lineStyle(3, 0xFF0000);

var box:Shape = createSquare(10, 0xFF0000);

//add paths to the display list so we can see it (you can skip this if you prefer)

//put a red square exactly halfway through the 2nd segment

//tween box along path
TweenMax.to(path, 2, {progress:1, onComplete:nextPath});

//tween box along path2
function nextPath() {
TweenMax.to(path2, 1, {progress:1, onComplete:nextPath});

//method for creating squares
function createSquare(size:Number, color:uint=0xFF0000):Shape {
    var s:Shape = new Shape();
    s.graphics.beginFill(color, 1);
    s.graphics.drawRect(-size / 2, -size / 2, size, size);
    return s;
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