For now I merely want to know if what I need is possible to
accomplish in AS3. I think so, but not sure how.
I have several class methods that each perform several tweens
and I need to know when those tweens end so I can act on that
information. The tweens are class variables, so they'll be used by
several methods. Because of this, I cannot - ok, I can, but it's
inellegant at the very least - respond solely to the
TweenEvent.FINISH and other tween events.
So what I need is for the methods to fire custom events when
all the tweens they're performing finish. That way, I can create
nice event handlers that deal with whatever I need to happen
Is this possible? I'm not sure what sort of parameters would
be involved in a solution.