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  1. Hello Everyone! I encountered a problem for which I can not find a solution. I would like to make the transition from one slide to another, something very similar to CSS clip. The problem is that I need a diagonal bar to sweep the screen from right to the left, showing the content that lies beneath. Does anyone have any idea on how to achieve that? I have attached a picture that might explain a little bit better what I am trying to do. Any help is very much appreciated!
  2. Hello there, I’ve just updated an ongoing project that makes use of clip: rect() animations to GSAP 1.18.3 and it seems that said animations no longer work, on any browser. Clipping values are properly set, but they are now changed instantly regardless of the wanted durations and easings. 1.18.2 seems to work fine. Is that on purpose? I know the CSS clip property has been set to be deprecated for a while, but given the poor browser support of clip-path, its so-so performances and its downright unstable behavior at times, I feel like clip’s days are not quite over yet.
  3. Hello, I've created a page about the Justice League, because I'm an avid comic lover. http://codepen.io/wmufunde/pen/NGxewa I have tested this page on my Chrome browser and none of the animations work at all. However on my codepen, all of my animations save one work. The one that will not work on my codepen is the clip on line 2: TweenMax.to(".info-block", 2, {clip: "rect(50px 50px 50px 50px)"}); TweenMax.from(".pic", 2, {x: 50}); TweenMax.staggerFrom("#logo", 0.5, { opacity: 0, y: 100, rotation: 180, scale: 0.5, delay: 0.5} Does anyone know why my page won't animate? I've linked the GSAP library from the CDN. Have I placed the link in the wrong place, or formatted the link wrong? Also, does anyone know why the image of the entire Justice League team is so blurry? When I tested this on my Chrome browser, outside of codepen it was perfectly fine. Any help would be great.
  4. I've been using clip property to create rectangular masks. TweenMax.to(element, 0.5, { // rect(top, right, bottom, left) clip:"rect(0px,150px,150px,0px)" }); I've read that the css clip property is deprecated. Will GSAP be able to poly-fill the clip property to make it compatible with browsers that have dropped support for clip?
  5. This is supposed to be a sidebar that pushes the entire page when clicked, but the clip animation is not working the way it should. Help? Using Google Chrome.
  6. Hi I'm playing with some "clip" animations right now, and find myself calculate way too many hardcoded values. [Edit: this functionality exist, I still wish for the array option] I think that an addition of relative values to clip:rect() will add a lot of flexibility. Also, allowing clip to receive an array of values instead of the CSS syntax rect(a,b,c,d) could help ease development too. something like so: // set initial clip:rect(0, 100px, 100px, 0) as required by CSS TweenMax.set(element, {clip: [0, 100, 100, 0]}) // tween from clip:rect(50px, 80px, 100px, 0) TweenMax.from(element, {clip: ['+=50', '-=20', '+=0', '+=0']}))
  7. Was wondering if there is a "clip" plugin similar to jQuery "clip" effect that can be used on alpha animation. http://api.jqueryui.com/clip-effect/ Need it for horizontal clip. Thought about using scaleX, however, how do you shift center point so clipping starts not from the center but from the left. Thanks!