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Hey guys I'm using Tween node to move my player to mouse position. Every time I click it gets mouse pos and starts a tween between player pos and mouse pos. My problem is I can only give a time variable to tween and to matter the distance it executes movement in that time can I give it a speed or calculate the time. How?

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Perhaps I misunderstood your text so I apologise if this is the case. You control the speed of the tween with the duration (1.0 / speed) parameter:

tween.interpolate_property(self, "position", position, mouse_position, 1.0 / speed)

speed can be an export variable if you like; the shorter the duration, the quicker the tween will interpolate.

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