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LTSeq Class

Defined in: LTSeq.cs:5

Internal Representation of a Sequence

  

Example:

var seq = LeanTween.sequence();
seq.append(1f); // delay everything one second
seq.append( () => { // fire an event before start
 Debug.Log("I have started");
});
seq.append( LeanTween.move(cube1, Vector3.one * 10f, 1f) ); // do a tween
seq.append( (object obj) => { // fire event after tween
 var dict = obj as Dictionary<string,string>;
 Debug.Log("We are done now obj value:"+dict["hi"]);
}, new Dictionary<string,string>(){ {"hi","sup"} } );

Constructor

LTSeq

()

Defined in LTSeq.cs:5

Methods

add (method(object))

(
  • callback:System.Action
)
LTSeq

Defined in LTSeq.cs:100

Add a time delay to the sequence

Parameters:

  • callback:System.Action System.Action

    method you want to be called

Returns:

LTSeq:

LTSeq an object that you can add tweens, methods and time on to

Example:

var seq = LeanTween.sequence();
seq.append( () => { // fire an event before start
 Debug.Log("I have started");
});
seq.append( LeanTween.move(cube1, Vector3.one * 10f, 1f) ); // do a tween
seq.append((object obj) => { // fire event after tween  var dict = obj as Dictionary<string,string>;  Debug.Log("We are done now obj value:"+dict["hi"]);  }, new Dictionary<string,string>(){ {"hi","sup"} } );

add (tween)

() LTSeq

Defined in LTSeq.cs:134

Retrieve a sequencer object where you can easily chain together tweens and methods one after another

Returns:

LTSeq:

LTSeq an object that you can add tweens, methods and time on to

Example:

var seq = LeanTween.sequence();
seq.append( LeanTween.move(cube1, Vector3.one * 10f, 1f) ); // do a move tween
seq.append( LeanTween.rotateAround( avatar1, Vector3.forward, 360f, 1f ) ); // then do a rotate tween

append (delay)

(
  • delay:float
)
LTSeq

Defined in LTSeq.cs:62

Add a time delay to the sequence

Parameters:

  • delay:float Float

    amount of time to add to the sequence

Returns:

LTSeq:

LTDescr an object that distinguishes the tween var seq = LeanTween.sequence();
seq.append(1f); // delay everything one second
seq.append( LeanTween.move(cube1, Vector3.one * 10f, 1f) ); // do a tween

append (method)

(
  • callback:System.Action
)
LTSeq

Defined in LTSeq.cs:77

Add a time delay to the sequence

Parameters:

  • callback:System.Action System.Action

    method you want to be called

Returns:

LTSeq:

LTSeq an object that you can add tweens, methods and time on to

Example:

var seq = LeanTween.sequence();
seq.append( () => { // fire an event before start
 Debug.Log("I have started");
});
seq.append( LeanTween.move(cube1, Vector3.one * 10f, 1f) ); // do a tween
seq.append( () => { // fire event after tween
 Debug.Log("We are done now");
});;