Hi @Nabfam - thank you for the suggestion!
One thing I’ve been thinking about with controlling tweens for resizing is the following case: let’s say you have a parent Frame whose AutomaticSize is XY, and has a size of 100x100. Then, you add a child Frame that is 200x200. So the parent frame will need to tween from 100x100 to 200x200.
One issue is that the child Frame will display immediately while the parent Frame’s tween will slowly catch up. So, for as long as the tween takes to execute, the child content will be overflow the parent bounds (visually at least).
I suppose you could set the child content initially as transparent, and when the tween completes, remove the trasnparency?
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