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  1. Hi, Phaser Chains was updated to support the last Phaser release (v2.4.7). The plugins for IntelliJ and Eclipse was deprecated. Yet you can embed Chains as a web view on them. The plugin for Brackets was updated. And we migrated from bitbucket to github. Test it online. Regards, Arian.
  2. I have a question about the tweening system in Phaser. If I perform a complex animation with multiple sprites (or a simple animation involving only 1 sprite but with scale and alpha) I have to write something like this: this.halo.scale = {x:0, y:0}; this.halo.alpha = 1; if (this.halo.scaleTween) { this.halo.scaleTween.stop(); } if (this.halo.alphaTween) { this.halo.alphaTween.stop(); this.halo.alphaTween = null; } this.halo.scaleTween = game.add.tween(this.halo.scale) this.halo.scaleTween .to({x:1, y:1}, 1000, Phaser.Easing.Bounce.Out) .start() .onComplete.addOnce(function() { this.halo.alphaTween = game.add.tween(this.halo).to({alpha:0}, 1000).start(); }, this);When I'd rather write something like this:game.stop.tween("halo bounce"); // No error if not foundgame.add.tween("halo bounce") .then(this.halo.scale, {x:1, y:1}, 1000, Phaser.Easing.Bounce.Out) .then(this.halo, {alpha:0}, 1000) .start();Is this sort of system possible at all? Am I using the existing Phaser API wrong? Additionally, in our C++ engine, we had an 'also' function as well. This would allow you to add new tweens in the dot chain, but they got added at the same point as the previous one:game.add.tween("game over") // The name is optional. Anonymous tweens are the default .then(1000) // Delay before starting .then(this.star, {alpha:1}, 100) .also(this.star.scale, {x:1, y:1}, 100) // This one runs ALONGSIDE the 'alpha' tween .then(function() { this.openScoreScreen(this.stats); }, this); // This one runs at the END of the 'scale' tweenIf this system looks exciting (I think it is, we've shipped a lot of triple-A casual games on all platforms (except HTML5) with it...) I would be happy to work together to add it to Phaser. Luc Bloom
  3. I've set up a chain of tweens by chaining the 'to' method. e.g. this.tween.to({angle: 180}, 2000, Phaser.Easing.Linear.None). to({x: 300}, 3000, Phaser.Easing.Linear.None);but I need to be able to stop the tweens. If I call stop on the parent (this.tween) that stops it in its tracks but the other one then starts. How do I stop the entire chain. I could write some manager to keep track of them but I'm sure that's not the way to do it. I saw the TweenManager has a removeAll but that looks like it would take out other chains as well.