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    Easing as a property in a class

    I'm curious how I would be able to use easing as a property.

    As it stands I have:
    Code:
    public var transType = Strong.easeOut
    I was thinking that I would be able to access it with:
    Code:
    someVar.transType = Elastic.easeIn;
    Unfortunately I get the error "1120: Access of undefined property Elastic."


    The idea is that if I choose to use a different easing method, I just change the transType rather than rewriting or changing the class.

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    Import fl.transitions.easing.Elastic;

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    Quote Originally Posted by neznein9 View Post
    Import fl.transitions.easing.Elastic;
    Thanks, after reading like 6-7 pages a bit everywhere, this one finally fixed my problem. Others kept saying to import fl.motion.easing; kept getting error 1120

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