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  1. Hello all. So I've been using relative values in my tweens for quite a large project and I've noticed that with the latest update, the relative values are interpreted as absolute values when declared without an equals sign. I've been doing y:"-50" for animating an objects relative position in the y-axis instead of y:"-=50", for example, causing the object to animate off the top of the screen. There are a lot of these scattered across many files, so while updating them manually wouldn't be out of the question, it would be an immense pain to do so. I was wondering, if it isn't too much of a hassle, if the library could have backwards compatibility for the old way of declaring relative values. Thanks.
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