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    Question Easing options

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    Is there a way to get more easing options like bounce etc rather than the six currently available?, is there a list of setting we can view to add our own within the custom section that people have done before, like an easing library?

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    Currently, you can't add predefined easing curves. We're looking into it.

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    Thats a shame it looked really good, even though Adobe edge is way in the future of catchign up they do have over 20 easing options.

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    If you choose "Custom" you get a panel where you can define your own easing curve, so considering that you can come up with much more than 20 options for easing curves.

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    But on one section you cannot react a bounce effect you woudl have to create the bounce in the timeline then add easing to each keyframe to accomplish this, where as the presets in edge at least cover this for you so all you need to do is place your item where it is to end up and add bounce easign and then rest is created, I have been using the easing custom for things but cannot see /seem to replicate a bounce.

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    Yeah, you can't create a bounce effect between two keyframes. The CSS3 specs limits us to an easing curve that always moves forward. At a later point we might add a further layer of abstraction on top of CSS3 that let's you create more advanced easing curves.

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