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    Tween Class and Guide

    Is it possible to move something using the tween class with a motion guide?

    How would I do this?

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    or if not, at least tween the x and y coordinates, but have it animate along a slight curve instead of a perfeclt straight line.

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    the short answer is no, you can't tween class along a guide or a curve. You'll need to write the math for the geometry you are looking for, and trust me, it's ore complex it sounds.

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    So in this instance, I'm actually probably better off just motion tweening?

    Or maybe a sequence of shorter, tween class animations to fake the curve?

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    You can fake a slight curve using the Tween class with different easing equasions for each axis. For example, the x axis uses None.easeNone, and the y axis uses, Strong.easeOut. You'll get a curve. Play with that stuff, you can get interesting results.

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