As an afterthought, I guess it is by design.
If you trigger it, it probably uses the current state as a starting
point. I guess what is needed is a way to tell it to stop the current
animation if triggered again before it finishes, or ignore subsequent
requests until the current animation is complete.
I tried queueing effects, but had no luck.
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