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Question Lean Tween Alternative?

Discussion in 'Formats & External Tools' started by Cosmology27, May 25, 2021.

  1. Cosmology27


    Jul 11, 2019
    I've used Lean Tween before (here's a link, and I liked it, but it had some issues at times.
    I've posted questions about it, and people basically just say, "don't use that, use something better" (I can't find that question though, sadly).
    I'm just wondering, what sort of thing would do the same idea, but better?
    I need something that will do simple lines of code, and just make a little transition. So for example, if you put a line in the awake function, any time the object is enabled, it will lift up to its proper position, or zoom big from nothing, that sort of thing. It has parameters for original position, how long the transition takes, any delay, lots of stuff.
    Is there a better alternative I should check out, with tutorials available on YouTube to help me get going?
    Thanks for the help!
  2. Mauri


    Dec 9, 2010