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  1. Hello everyone, currently I'm developing a small game and I want to have multiple animation sets from the same sprite sheet, they're done with aseprite. I've implemented a simple loader (in typescript), which loads all the sprite stuff correctly (json atlas), but when generating the animations it stops working if I specify the start and end properties of the configuration object, for the Scene::anims#generateFrameNames(string, object) method. Note that the error is thrown when using the animation, not when creating it! Also anim comes from a valid array of objects (As they work when not using "tags"). Animation.js:1006 Uncaught (in promise) TypeError: Cannot read property 'frame' of undefined at Animation.setCurrentFrame (Animation.js:1006) at Animation.updateFrame (Animation.js:1041) at Animation.load (Animation.js:509) at AnimationManager.load (AnimationManager.js:438) at Animation.load (Animation.js:420) at Animation._startAnimation (Animation.js:583) at Animation.play (Animation.js:530) at Sprite.play (Sprite.js:136) at TestDamages.eval (TestDamages.ts:84) at step (TestDamages.ts:45) Code examples (note that it's written in Typescript 3, but the language is not supported) This works so far: export class SampleLoad { /** * Loads the animation object. */ private readonly loadAnimation = (anim: any) => { this.anims.create({ ...anim, frames: this.anims.generateFrameNames(anim.frames) }); }; } However, adding "Tag detection" feature does not, and I'm ensured (Tested so far) that the tag will contain two valid values for tag.from and tag.to: export class SampleLoad { /** * Loads the animation object. */ private readonly loadAnimation = (anim: any) => { const { meta } = this.cache.json.get('json@' + anim.frames); let cfg: any; const tag = meta.frameTags.find((s: any) => s.name === anim.tag); if (tag && tag.from !== tag.to) { cfg = { start: tag.from, end: tag.to }; console.log('Tag found', tag, cfg, anim); } this.anims.create({ ...anim, frames: this.anims.generateFrameNames(anim.frames, cfg) }); }; } Thanks for your help! PD: The syntax highlight is quite broken, sorry for that...