HOW TO: Use Easing Functions :disco:

How do I use easebouncein?

@overlayname shifts to (coordinate positions) in # of seconds using easebouncein

Thank You

Bump!

Oh wow, it’s really cool, apparently you can use easing functions with zooms as well (@zoom on X Y to % in S using easing_function) in addition to overlays (really wicked)
And Ink lip colors work in a Limelight Customization template which is so fascinating.

I’m really impressed and I like discovering new things ^^

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:star_struck::star_struck::star_struck: NO WAY!

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lightbulb goes on for both of us We are now going to use this a lot, ha ha ha :smirk:

And yeah, it’s so freaking cool :heart_eyes:

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Bump

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Bump

Small bump and lil question… Has anyone noticed a difference between previewer and app when testing these out?

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Tried it out for zooming, looked good on the previewed but very jagged on the app :confused:

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I found the elastic eases look different in the portal. I’ve mostly been doing it with overlays. Done it a few times with zooms, but only as practice

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The best easing functions paired w/ zooms are “easein/easeout”, it’s slightly odd with the others (from testing.)

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i’m so confused! So you can use easings to basically animate overlays right?

Yep and you can use them for zooms as well.

So like if u want your overlay to bounce or the zoom to bounce, etc. It is really cool, I encourage u to test it out.

ok thanks! I’ll play around with it.

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bumpin

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Bump :clock1030:

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Bump👆

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Bump :ferris_wheel: