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  1. Hi guys, Thanks for an amazing product. I wanted to get some advice on the best way to handle what seems to be a recurring issue for me. I always try to OOP all my animations/tweens as much as possible. One issue i keep running into that I haven't gracefully figured out how to handle is when a tween is not completely finished and another tween on the same object fires. Normally in jQuery using animate(), I would just chain in .stop(false,true) to basically stop the tween right there, clear the animation queue and then start the newly fired tween using the element's current state as the starting properties of the new tween. Right now im sniffing around the invalidate() method as possibly being a solution for this but am not totally sure. Thanks in advance!
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