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Invalidating animations after you make a change

As you start to create more and more complex animations, you might want to change the origin of a property that is in the animation. In other words, you might want to change the vars that define the animations positions. In a case such as this one, you will want to refresh the logic inside of the animation and to do that, you will use the method invalidate. In this lesson, we will learn how and when to use the invalidate method.
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