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  1. Hi guys, I have a problem with The TweenMax.killAll(true) method. Here is my example: TweenMax.to(targetQ, 2, { scaleX : 2, scaleY : 2, reversed : true, yoyo : true, repeat : 1, x : targetQ.x + (targetQ.width - 2 * targetQ.width) / 2, y : targetQ.y + (targetQ.height - 2 * targetQ.height), ease : Back.easeOut, onReverseComplete : function onReverseComplete():void { trace("complete this tween ;)"); } } ); If you make a reversed tween, it's never call the onComplete function. The tweenax documentation write this: " onComplete : Function – A function that should be called when the tween has completed. To sense when a tween has reached its starting point again after having been reversed, use onReverseComplete." If I call TweenMax.killAll(true), tween not killed!!!!! As I see, the problem is in the killAll method. Inside this, here's a line: isDC = (a.target == a.vars.onComplete); Unfortunately, if you set a reverse to a tween, onComplete callback ignored! cheers, jax
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