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    New easing types


    Just found this fancy stuff:
    http://svn.coderepos.org/share/lang/...ansitions.html

    Would be cool to have those new easing types in Ext.

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    Cool indeed. Nice demo.

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    Cool demo, but do we really need more easing types in the base package?

    Ext Core already has around 10. It's quite simple for people to add their own.
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    I do wish extjs had one more. The one jquery calls explode. It is a nice effect and useful in some cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evant View Post
    Cool demo, but do we really need more easing types in the base package?

    Ext Core already has around 10. It's quite simple for people to add their own.
    Oh, we got many of easing types already in 2.2.1, just not documented..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuraiJack1 View Post
    Oh, we got many of easing types already in 2.2.1, just not documented..
    The linked resource shows how they broke out all of the easing types into something like 3 packages.

    Ext now has 2 packages. The base package has 3 (easein, easeout, or none). The -anim-extra (brings the rest of the ease affects).

    I think it would make it easier to customize if the ease package was broke out into a separate file. That way someone could build it adding (or removing) whatever ease affects they want.

    People could just post in this thread a ux of variations for easy cut/paste...

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    P.S. The easing types are documented in 3.x docs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanna View Post
    I do wish extjs had one more. The one jquery calls explode. It is a nice effect and useful in some cases.
    Explode is nice but wasteful. Creating all of those dom node to animate, etc. What's the point? Sure there are lots of cool things you can do with these libraries. but how many "cool" effects are used in an application?