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I want to use the tween to animate some tiles fall from their position to another position, here is the code I use:

for tile in fallingTiles:
    self.fall_tween.interpolate_property(tile, "position.y", tile.position.y, tile.GridY * self.offset + self.y_position, 1, Tween.TRANS_BOUNCE, Tween.EASE_OUT)
yield(self.fall_tween, "tween_completed")
print("falling complete")

the fall_tween is a child node and is loaded by onready var fall_tween = get_node("fall_tween")
It did print the "falling complete", I also checked the start position and finish position, is not same, but my tile didn't move.

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use "position:y" instead of "position.y"

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It works, thanks!

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