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Best way to get inactive Timelines?

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I've used TimelineMax.getActive(false, false, true) to get the top level child Timelines that have played in my main Timeline. What's a good way to get the rest?

 

For example, if a Timeline consists of [A, B, C, D, E] child timelines, and C is currently playing, I'd like to get my hands on just [D, E] (the getActive method would give me [A, B, C]).

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If the tweens are stored in an array, just query this array for the final items, using a conditional to determine those that are not currently active.

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Yep. Here are a couple of options:

 

1) Use the new 4th parameter in getChildren() (added today) that allows you to have it ignore children with startTimes before a certain point. Snag those and then iterate through them and find out which ones have their "active" property set to false.

 

2) Use getChildren() and then iterate through all children and pull out what you need. Compare each one to see if it's in the Array that getActive() returned. I know it's not pretty, but it should work fine.

 

Get the latest update at http://blog.greensock.com/v11beta/

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