you circled it.
change that 100, if you want.
or, for more control when using the motion tween, use the motion editor panel.
Custom ease is in the Motion Editor (Window > Motion Editor).
1. Select the tween.
2. Open the Motion Editor.
3. In the Eases section, click the Add button and select Custom and edit your curve the graph.
4. Apply the custom ease to the properties you want using the drop-down menus in the Ease column.
Also, you may want to reference the Motion Migration guide for the differences between classic and new motion:
or my blog, http://www.flashthusiast.com that contains additional information on new motion.
thanks for the tip!
however, the new motion tweener is very clumsy and unintuitive, i even had problems finding out how to display more frames, not just `current curve position at the current frame`. mix it with the new non-ergonomic cs5 panel layout and it's a complete mess to work with.
in the guide i also noticed that there is an option to use the old stuff, when we create `classic tween` instead of `motion tween`, so i will be using the `classic tween` option, thanks!