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other than being annoying, there's not usually a performance problem when you see that message.
i think that's usually generated because you're using a component although i don't think i've seen it result from using the tween class.
technically Tween is a component class (at least that's where it's documented!)
It's really annoying when debugging because trace statements get buried in an avalanche of these warnings.
i agree about the annoyance factor. if you comment-out your tween, does the broadcast error message disappear?
yes, it's definitely related to the tween statement. This script just loads the xml, the next frame does menus that slide in and out, which has tons of tweens - the 100 maximum warnings limit is hit very quickly!
But as far as I can see the tween statement is textbook - why is it generating all these warnings? (and only in the browser?)