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Is there a way to applying an easing transition / tween when using set_orthogonal() Currently when using camera.set_orthogonal(self.zoom, 0.05, 100), the change to the camera's size gets applied immediately.

I wasn't sure if there was a way to have it apply any kind of transition within the method itself (affecting self.zoom within the method), or if I'd need to have a function control the transitional value of self.zoom before passing it to the method.

Any help is appreciated!

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