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.play(), why not? [SOLVED]

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I just wondering why don't you provide play() method?

now you always have to do this:

tween = TweenMax.to(obj, 3, {...});


..... bla bla bla...



I'm sure that a lot of user would need this:

tween = TweenMax.to(obj, 3, {...}, false) // false means not auto play




why not?

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how about turning auto-play off?

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You can easily do that by passing paused:true in the vars object. I do not automatically pause them by default for several reasons, one of which is that it would cause all sorts of problems when nesting tweens/timelines inside timelines - users would have to remember to resume every one of their tweens before playing the parent timeline. And I don't want to automatically unpause nested tweens/timelines when the parent resumes because that would cause another whole set of problems where you couldn't just pause a tween/timeline and rely on it staying that way. Also, if they were paused by default, it's another line of code that users would need to write every time they want to play their tween/timeline, and frankly most users want their stuff to play immediately. It would be a hassle to keep having to call play() after creating a tween/timeline.

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great, that's really make sense. Thanks for your supporting!

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