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nchung

Error #2025 when I remove with TweenMax but not otherwise?

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I have the following code:

var i:uint = this.numChildren;
		while (i--) 
		{
			var target:DisplayObject = getChildAt(i);
			TweenLite.to(target, 2, {alpha: 0, onComplete: removeThis, onCompleteParams: [target]});
		}

private function removeThis(target:DisplayObject)
	{
		removeChild(target);
	}

 

I get the error message:

 

ArgumentError: Error #2025: The supplied DisplayObject must be a child of the caller.

 

However when I write this instead:

var i:uint = this.numChildren;
		while (i--) 
		{
			removeChild(getChildAt(i));

		}

 

My error is gone...but then so is my tween. What am I doing incorrectly?

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i slammed this

var i:uint = this.numChildren;
        while (i--) 
        {
           var target:DisplayObject = getChildAt(i);
           TweenLite.to(target, 1, {alpha: .5, onComplete: removeThis, onCompleteParams: [target]});
        }

function removeThis(target:DisplayObject)
     {
   removeChild(target);
     }

 

directly into a flash cs4 fla with 3 MovieClips on the stage.

 

it worked flawlessly. each clip faded to .5 and then got removed.

 

There is nothing inherently wrong with the guts of what you are doing or with TweenLite. I'm a bit confused myself. Perhaps there is something wrong with your class structure, but I really have no idea. Hopefully someone else can chime in. If you happen to solve it, please let us know.

 

oh... maybe a this.removeChild...

 

Carl

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That helps SO much, thanks!

 

It turned out I had another Tween in another class that wasn't removing items properly. So It was my class structure, but I wouldn't have found it without help...thanks!

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i love it when a plan comes together.

 

glad to help

 

c

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