Maybe easing shouldn't be applied to a list component, but I'll explain what I'm encountering.
I have a list that slides into view (using clip to component bounds), with an action that should cause it to slide out of view upon selection of any item.
But, if easing is applied to State 2 to State 1, and I select an item, something impedes this action, causing it to behave unpredictably.
My list is contained within a custom/generic component. Clicking on the component makes the list appear. If no easing is applied to the "selected" state, it works fine. Not elegant, but okay.
I guess, to be more precise, the issue is with including a 'move' action to the transitions between states.
Okay, I seem to have solved my problem.
Since my list contains 2 elements, the list and the graphical background, I removed the 'move' action from the list portion and kept the move on the graphical portion.
This causes my list to slide out of view as desired.