Tween set time value via script

  • I need some sort of script too :( 

    I tried to do this last time, but i couldn find an answer. If someone knows it please let me know too.




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  • hi MrOwlidian

    there is many ways to delay a function or any thing
    you can use behavior script 
    try trigger tween end that means when a tween ends do some thing
    and you can start other tween for that

    and you can just duplicate that to run the 3rd tween after second one

    i hope that helped
    if you need more help just let us know


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  • Hi Just Me,

    That wasn't the answer that I needed. I'm looking to change the time value in my tween. So when I make my object move from position (1,0,0) to (5,0,0)  it will happen in 3 seconds. And that I can change that 3 seconds via script to like 7 seconds.

    Here you see that the Time = 1. I want to change that value to something else.

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  • hi MrOwlidian

    its right there front of you why you don't just change time to 7s

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  • And that I can change that 3 seconds "VIA SCRIPT" to like 7 seconds.

    thnx for understanding.

    Have a nice day

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